The hottest play of 1859 is back…sort of.
The debt-ridden Terrebonne plantation is in upheaval with a new owner, a lovely young woman with a secret, and an assortment of slaves. These antiquated plot elements have been mashed up against a contemporary framework to create an astonishing, outrageously comic, and eloquent perspective on race in America. This fascinating and hilarious, Obie Award-winning retelling of Dion Boucicault’s The Octoroon is a completely unique piece of theatre and not to be missed! Contains strong and race-based language! Thurs 7:30, Fri/Sat 8:00, Sun 3:00