JCC to host one-man play ‘Citizen James’ on Dec. 8

WATERTOWN — Jefferson Community College’s Opportunity Programs, with Syracuse Stage, is presenting the play “Citizen James; or the Young Man Without a Country” at 7 p.m. Dec. 8.

The one-man show will be screened in Sturtz Theater free of charge to the public. The play is set in 1948 with a young, aspiring Black writer who left America for Paris. He boards a plane at LaGuardia Airport and begins his journey toward becoming a powerful voice of the Civil Rights era and beyond.

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