Race. History. Power. Zoe, a black student at an Ivy League University, visits her white professor’s office hours to discuss her thesis about slavery’s effect on the American Revolution. In this riveting two-person drama, a polite clash in perspectives explodes into an urgent and dangerous contemporary debate. “Scintillating,” raves Peter Marks in the Washington Post. “The story of America, it seems, is destined to be wrestled over to the bitter end.” Kimberly Senior (Disgraced on Broadway) directs.
Cost: just $5 (includes ticket, lunch, and artist talk back)
Pick Up and Drop Off Location: Rutgers Barnes and Nobel, 100 Somerset Street, New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Questions: email coLAB Arts Director of Education John Keller, email@example.com
Produced by New Brunswick Cultural Center and coLAB Arts, stART is an access program for teens to attend regional performing arts events, mingle with other area students, and engaged with professional artists and administrators. All events include a performance and meal for just $5. To learn more or register for any of the events below check us out at: www.colab-arts.org/start