racism

The Insurgents
Labyrinth Theater Company stages Lucy Thurber's tale of the connection between disenfranchisement and domestic terrorism.
Rasheeda Speaking
Tonya Pinkins and Dianne Wiest star in a new play about racial tension and office politics.
And I and Silence
Impossible dreams in the land of the free.
The Jacksonian
Pulitzer Prize winner Beth Henley imagines a motel of horrors in this poorly staged and not particularly memorable thriller.
Former U.S. Senator and Presidential Candidate Fred Dalton Thompson Makes His Broadway Debut in A Time To Kill
Tony Award winner Rupert Holmes has adapted best-selling author John Grisham's first novel into a legal thriller for the stage.