The Company Theatre Group, Inc. is to present RACE – David Mamet’s hit play about racial relations in America. This thought-provoking play challenges all of us to think about how we approach the topic of and eventually deal with our beliefs about race.
RACE opened on Broadway at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre on December 6, 2009 and closed on August 21, 2010 after 297 performances. RACE begins as a wealthy white man, accused of raping a black woman – allegations of which have been plastered all over the news, turns to the law firm of Lawson and Brown - two male partners (one white, one black) whom he thinks, because of their past successes and racial make up can defend him successfully against the charges. But, he does not count on their new, female, black attorney who sees the world a little differently from her male counterparts.
Please note: Adult language and adult themes. No one under 16 will be permitted without an adult.
The cast: Matthew Shepard,* Jack Lawson, Phillip Hannah, Henry Brown, Jennifer Fisher Susan, Larry Kadish and Charles Strickland.
* Member of Actor’s Equity
RACE opens: June 27, 2014
Theatre: Hackensack Cultural Arts Center, 39 Broadway, Hackensack, NJ 07601
Running time: 90 minutes, there are no intermissions
Schedule: 8 shows only, June 27, 28, 29, July 5, 6, 11, 12, 13
Audience: Children under 4 are not permitted into the theatre.
Ticket prices: $19 at the door.
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The Hackensack Cultural Arts Center, owned and managed by the Hackensack Recreation and Cultural Department, hosts a variety of artistic events, including theatrical productions, poetry readings, art galas and historical reenactments. The Cultural Arts Center also produces its own programming, including comedy nights and an annual children’s show in December.
Saturdays at 8:00 PM and Sunday at 3:30 PM.
Teens and kids under 16 not permitted without parent.