New York City
Blue/Orange, is the tale of a personal and ideological struggle about race, class, mental illness, and human isolation. This comical drama is set in a London psychiatric hospital, where a young man brazenly claims to be the son of exiled African dictator Idi Amin. Over the course of 24 hours, his two rival psychiatrists fight over his diagnosis and treatment.
The Aurora Theatre Company presents this play by Joe Penhall, directed by Tom Ross.