All grown up "good girl" Negra Centron has managed to avoid the temptations of her tough East Harlem neighborhood. A dedicated cardiac nurse, she carries the burden of a childhood secret that is only shared with "bad boy", and anti-hero Tony Perez. With a sense of obligation she enters into a physical relationship with the handsome female magnet which has neighbors perplexed, and her mother vexed. But the restless spirit of her late father and the African gods of Santeria know that there is someone more sinister in the midst... Written by
Stephanie Lynn Wilson
Did You Know?
Back in the late '80's, when Stephanie Lynn Wilson was a resident playwright at R.A.P.P. in NYC's East Village, there was an actors pool. In the first staged reading of "A Wound in Time" actress of the old TV comedy series "Roc", of Broadway, and film "Ella Joyce" read the role of the Santeria priestess "Iya Carmen" while a member of R.A.P.P.'s actors pool. See more
Man, I'm talkin' to you and I expect you to respond. Dig that!
If Negra aint your woman, how come you got the keys to her place then?