May 11 – 28, 2023
written by Lydia R. Diamond
A Provocative Exposé on the Nature of Prejudice.
Four intelligent, attractive and opinionated Harvard-associated professionals search for love, success and identity while attempting to navigate the intricacies of racial and sexual politics in this whip-smart new play.
Through bright, funny dialogue and fast-paced vignettes, playwright Lydia Diamond brings her quartet of complicated characters to vibrant life.
Jackson, a young African-American surgical resident, who struggles to get along with his superiors, tires himself out running a clinic for uninsured patients.
Ginny, an academic psychologist of Japanese-Chinese heritage, at the extreme end of self-assuredness, studies Asian-American women’s reactions to stress.
Brian, a properly smart and smug White neuroscientist is running into career roadblocks researching the brain’s responses to race and its societal implications.
Valerie, an African-American actor, pays her rent by cleaning houses and working as Brian’s research assistant.
Challenge your assumptions. Step outside your comfort zone. See things from a different perspective. Schedule time to see this play, right away!
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NOTE: Some dates have afternoon AND evening times. Be sure to select your preferred time after choosing a day in the calendar above.
- Value seats $35
- Adult $39
- Senior $37
- Youth (under 18) $22
- Thur Adult $34, Senior $32
- Sun mat $44
- Previews $24
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