East Texas Hot Links: Both a riveting mystery and a compelling character study reminiscent of The Twilight Zone.

Photo by Greg Mooney.

True Colors Theatre Company’s East Texas Hot Links – a thriller play written and directed by Eugene Lee – is on stage now at the Southwest Cultural Arts Center.

Greed, corruption and Jim Crow intertwine in the tense thriller East Texas Hot Links. It’s 1955 in the piney woods of East Texas, and Charlesetta’s Top O’ the Hill Cafe is one of the only public places where black locals can gather for comfort, solace, and companionship. In a community dominated by the Ku Klux Klan, young black men have begun disappearing and turning up dead. On one hot summer night, the patrons of the Top O’ the Hill must join forces to protect one of their own. When danger comes knocking, the unthinkable happens, with dire consequences for all involved.

Photo by Greg Mooney.

Don’t miss these East Texas Hot Links special events:

  • Wednesday, July 31st at 6:30PM (Pre-Show) at the Southwest Arts Center – Take a “Deep Dive” into the artistic process with Jamil Jude, Artistic Director! Learn about all of the care that goes into on-stage fight choreography and staged violence.  
  • Sunday, August 4th at 4:00PM (Post-Show) at the Southwest Arts Center – Join True Colors for the East Texas Hot Links Cast Talkback. Ask the cast your most burning questions about their experiences working on this production. 
  • Wine Down Wednesdays! Every Wednesday is wine down Wednesday at True Colors! Starting at 6:30pm, enjoy a complimentary glass of wine (for ticket holders who are 21+) in the Southwest Cultural Arts Center lobby.

Learn more at TrueColorsTheatre.org. Get discount tickets on PoshDealz.com!