Culture Shock


The complete script is now available for purchase on the reputable online platform, Upon purchase, buyers will receive a perfectly bound hard copy via mail. Please note that the production rights are not included in this purchase, and parties interested in acquiring such rights are advised to contact the Publisher, HCP Book Publishing, at [email protected]. Multiple copies of the script may be ordered for the benefit of the cast members, and it is permissible to make copies of the script only after procuring the necessary production rights.

Additionally, digital versions (PDF) of the script may be made available exclusively to those who have obtained both the book and production rights. Any unauthorized distribution, reproduction, production or exhibition of this work is strictly prohibited and may result in legal consequences.


‘The murder of young Chicagoan Emmett ‘Bobo’ Till was a crucial event in 20th century American History.

In the Summer of 1955, Till visited relatives in Money, Mississippi. Till was young and brash, and did not know how he was supposed to act toward Southern white women. Not long after whistling at one in a store, Till was kidnapped, beaten, shot and mangled. A few days later, his remains were found in a river.’

Emmett ‘Bobo’ Till’s death made a significant impact on the Black Community. Yet, there are so many people who don’t know.

If you want to educate your congregation on certain turning points in the history of the black community during Black History month or any other time of the year for that matter…this is a great ‘True Story’ play to produce.

Length: 50 Minutes
Cast: 8 Males, 5 Females. Plus extras.
Audience: Adults
Genre: Historical Drama


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