Stage Aurora Theatrical Company Presents “Miss Evers’ Boys” starring T’Keyah Crystal Keymáh

Stage Aurora Theatrical Company Presents “Miss Evers’ Boys” starring T’Keyah Crystal Keymáh Friday, February 23rd at 8PM, Saturday, February 24th at 3PM and 8PM, Sunday February 25th at 3PM at the Ezekiel Bryant Auditorium (FCCJ North Campus), 4501 Capper Road, Jacksonville, FL 32218. The play is a fictionalized version of a true governmental study on hundreds of unsuspecting African-American males, conducted from 1932-1972. It makes a powerful moral statement for our time and has been hailed throughout the country as one of our great American plays. Keymáh plays Eunice Evers, the public health nurse that unwittingly helps to facilitate the infamous ‘Tuskegee Experiment.’ The production also stars Eugene Lindsey, Patrick Robinson, Elliot Wimes, Frank Dancy, and Darryl Reuben Hall. Miss Evers' Boys is a warm, humane, surprisingly humorous and moving play. For more information, tickets, group and student sales, to volunteer or contribute call (904) 765-7373 or visit Mature theme. A study guide is available for student groups who attend.


  1. Oh! This must have been an incredible play. I'm 3 years late in finding out but I hope that it is revised with you in it so I can see it!

    My Mom taught me about the Tuskegee Experiment when I was very young but of course it took me years to process what she meant.

    Have you read the book, "Medical Apartheid" by Harriet A. Washington where many stories like the Tuskegee Experiment are included. Fascinating book.

    Also did you read about Henrietta Lack's cells were used to help develop the polio vaccine. How dope is that?!

    See here:
    Henrietta Lacks’ ‘Immortal’ Cells

    I had to share and I apologize for my long winded comment but you got me SOOOOOOO excited! And please forgive me if you already have blogged about this or know about it. These stories popped into my head while reading your blog!

    Many blessings to you, Ms. Crystal!


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