This is an account of Mrs. Sue Lavergne’s experience with Hurricane Audrey in June of 1957. Mrs. Lavergne shared her story with me during a phone call in late May of 2023. I had just turned 8 years old when Hurricane Audrey hit Cameron Parish in southwest Louisiana. I had been born and raised most of… Continue reading Mrs. Sue Lavergne’s Hurricane Audrey Story
This response comes to us from Cat. She shares her own experience with racial identity from 50 years ago. This essay begs us to revisit the age-old question of ‘what is racial identity to my same and/or different race?’ Is it skin color? Is it colloquial language? Is it attitude? Is it heritage or upbringing?… Continue reading Response to First Submission
We are honored and humbled to post DevDoc Theatre’s first “Tell us your Story, Speak your Truth” submission. It comes to us from a 17-year-old high school junior attending a small high school in rural Louisiana. The student and her 9 classmates were asked “If a play was being done to bring understanding to the… Continue reading First Submission!