The fine line between prejudice and
racism is navigated in the controversial White People, written
by playwright J.T. Rogers, which was nominated for both the John
Barrymore Award and L.A. Drama Critics Circle Award for “Best Play
of the Year”. In White People we meet college professor
Alan, housewife Mara Lynn, and high-powered lawyer Martin, who share
“In brutally honest confessions that eat through protective layers like acid from a battery... the piece never strikes a false note... Rare plays like this one help lift the veil.”- The Los Angeles Times
Picture a still candle flame as seen through the sharpness of glass- in the Spring of 2015 comes a fresh take on the American classic, The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams. Guest artist Amanda Ewing returns to Puzzle Piece to direct this New York Drama Critics Circle Award winner. This rhapsodic play weaves in and out of memory – it lives in the memory of the teller, and it still exists when you leave the theatre and recall it on your own.
The Glass Menagerie plays from March 13 through 29 2015.