1960s mixed-race marriage seen through the lens of 1890s class warfare!
Strindberg's exotic lifestyle in 1890s Paris and Berlin, with their free love and feminism, finds its home in California's 60s. 1890s class warfare is 1960s racial conflict as a famous revolutionary black writer tries to bring down the world economy, the capitalist banking system, corporate culture and military-industrial complex, at the cost of his marriage to a white professor's daughter.
Adapted by Edgar Chisholm, starring Jarde Jacobs* and Ivette Dumeng with Diana Lynne Drew*, Camilla Goeritz, Tomike Lee, Al Foote III, Andres Pina and Randall Rodriguez*. Produced by Jessa-Raye Court with Whitney Gail Aronson, sets by You-Shin Chen, costumes by Zulema Griffin, lighting by Leslie Smith, music, sound and video by Andy Evan Cohen and Janet Bentley, props by Lytza Colon, and stage management by Hannah Delmore and Danny Morales. Social media by Katie Ostrowski Directed by Robert Greer (SDC).
Tickets $18, seniors and students $12
*These Actors and Stage Manager(s) are appearing courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association.