“Funny House of a Negro”, “A Movie Star Has to Star in Black and White”

See two dazzingly experimental, dreamlike plays, by one of America’s most adventurous playwrights, which explore the uncomfortable divide between black and white America through the eyes of a young African-American woman in a gorgeous, furious burst of poetry, imagery and sound.

By Adrienne Kennedy, Obie Award Lifetime Achievement winner and Theatre Hall of Fame inductee.

Directed by David Crespy.