What You'll Get
- $20 for one general admission ticket (up to $37 value)
Uncle Tom vs. Uncle Sam
- The Plot: When a newlywed interracial couple living in gentrified Bed-Stuy can’t conceive, they take a conscious position to adopt a white child—explicitly not black—in this satirical, socio-political examination of the greater Black community and the ongoing assimilation and identity crisis it faces in this this supposedly “post-racial” era
- The Talent: Playwright Bless Ji Jaja (Birth, Barberdashers) directs his bitingly funny script featuring performances from Trayon Blackwell, Tiphanie Doucet, Isis Harris, and Maurice Carlton; Anthony Anderson of black.ish fame produces
- The Reviews: Erykah Badu calls it, “profound…insightful…provocative…relevant” while Professor Vera J. Katz hails Jaja as “A helluva playwright and thinker! Saying the necessary.”
The Fine Print
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