New York City
Culture Project presents the world premiere of Till The Break of Dawn, a new play written and directed by Hip-Hop theater icon Danny Hoch.
In what may well be the first epic and seminal work of Hip-Hop generation dramatic literature, Till The Break of Dawn is the first commercial production of Hip-Hop in straight-play form, from one of the pioneers of the field.
In the play, Gibran, an internet hip-hop activist, leads a group of his New York friends on a trip to Havana to attend a festival. They’ve always been radical at home, but in Cuba, radical means something else. So does Hip-Hop, and so do they. Watch as hip-hop politics, South Bronx angst and Cuban reality all clash in this raucous and provocative play from the author of Some People and Jails, Hospitals & Hip-Hop.