"Racism is a virus. And we've all got it. Ok, some more than others, ok. The workings of the virus are getting more complicated and the rewards are getting more sophisticated."
Leo, Dawn, Ralph, and Misha are old friends. The two thirtysomething couples are educated, progressive, and cosmopolitan. But when a racially motivated incident with the police leaves Leo shaken, he makes a radical proposition to Ralph that forever alters the relationship between these four friends — and their view of the world.
Brave, intelligent, and eviscerating, White Noise, by Pulitzer Prize winner Suzan-Lori Parks, is one of the most talked-about new plays tackling our rapidly unraveling social contract. We're proud to be the only regional theater outside New York to present White Noise this year.
"Uncompromising…complex…ravishing…enthrallingly thought-provoking" — New York Times
"Radical…brilliant…eviscerating" — New York Magazine