New York City
“Explosive youthful energy…sheer intelligence…sense of history…radical theatrical vision…[the TEAM’s] willingness to express idealism and hope, as well as cynicism and despair, gives their work its special richness, and its political edge…[and] new heights of controlled madness.” – The Scotsman
What if Robert F. Kennedy had survived the assassination in 1968? Why would citizens most harmed by domestic policies empower their government further? What happens when outsiders are allowed in? Following their SOLD-OUT run in LONDON and the 2006 EDINBURGH FRINGE FESTIVAL, The TEAM presents a play about losing sight of America and trying to fall back in love with it.
Opens Monday Feb 26th at 7:30 p.m.
There will not be a performance on Tuesday Feb 27th.