RACE, the play by contemporary American writer David Mamet, is off to a fabulous start with this cast of four. Director Joy Pace is pleased! Language is definitely “adult”, but the content plumbs the depths of some profound issues… humbling issues. To this producer RACE is about the prejudice that is in all of us, prejudice on issues we have not examined. Certainly the issues of race and racism — and even reverse racism -are center front. But, there is also sexism.
RACE is fast-paced and delivered in an urban clip that is not second nature to the Southern ear! Buckle up for this detective-like modern tale.
The play continues this weekend (March 27-29) at Central School, 809 Kirby St. Shows are 7:00pm Friday and Saturday nights and 2:00pm Sunday matinee. Tickets are $15 or $10 students.
Reserve will call tickets at 337-436-6275. Buy tickets at the door or via www.itineranttheatre.com.