A blistering adaptation of Ellison's 1952 masterpiece. The play follows an anonymous
black man as he journeys from the Deep South to a basement in the borderlands of Harlem, from a betrayal at his ivy-covered Negro college to a nightmare job in a paint factory in New York City to the story's violent climax at a Harlem race riot. Ellison's hero moves through an America divided by race and class, and grapples with the
paradoxes of identity that have rendered him invisible. This savage, hypnotic, and
impassioned adaptation of Invisible Man explores bigotry and its effects on the minds of
both victims and perpetrators.