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$38 Preview Performances: April 30 & May 1
“A bristling, provocative play” – The New York Times
About the Play
A Powder Keg of Race, History and Public Relations
When Zoe is called into her history professor’s office to discuss a paper about the American Revolution, a civil conversation transforms into an urgent and personal debate. As the conflict intensifies, both women quickly pass the point of no return and must face the consequences. Hailed as “bristling and provocative” by The New York Times, this explosive drama forces us all to examine the ways we judge, the ways we debate, and the ways we condemn.
Actor and Director Talkback: May 7, following the 8pm performance
Pre-Show Discussions: May 3rd at 2:15 PM, May 6th at 2:15 and 7:15 PM, May 13th at 2:15 and 7:15
Curtain Conversation: May 10, following the 3pm performance
Special Thanks To
Season Benefactors: Patty and Jay Baker
Premier Corporate Sponsor: Cohen & Grigsby
Executive Producers: Erika and Peter Aron, Shelley and Steven Einhorn, Christine and Terrance Flynn, Barbara and George Franks, Rosemary and Don Gunther, Nancy and Tom Gallagher, Linda and Bob Harden, Jenny and Richard Housh, Thelma and Bud Negley, Christine Paddock, Mahendra and Joan Parekh, Gail Paster, Susan Regenstein and Barry Frank, Dottie and John Remondi Marie and Dick Stonesifer
Evening Performances: 8:00PM
Matinee Performances: 3:00PM
Running Time: TBA
VIP TICKETS. These exclusive tickets include up-close, center seats, a glass of wine, a commemorative wine glass for in-theatre use, and a $90 tax-deductible donation in support of world-class theatre. Look for the RED VIP seats in the seating chart when ordering tickets.
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