Winner! Obie Award for Best New American Play!
Trouble has been a-brewin’ at the Terrebonne Plantation since Judge Peyton died. Money is running out, an evil overseer is up to no good, and the heir to the estate is in love with someone he shouldn’t be. MacArthur Genius Grant recipient Branden Jacobs-Jenkins (author of the AE hit Appropriate) turns a nineteenth century melodrama on its ear in this combustibly hilarious, riotously subversive romp that hurls the antebellum south into a direct collision course with 21st century cultural politics.
This decade’s most eloquent theatrical statement on race.New York Times
Wildly imaginative workVillage Voice
Prepare to laugh. Prepare to gasp and cry and cheer...BroadwayWorld.com
B’rer Rabbit/Ratts/BJJ Understudy
This show contains adult situations, themes and strobe lights.
There will be an offsite discussion centered around race and theatre on February 12. For more information, click here.
Director's Rough Cut
January 23 at 8 pm
January 24 & 25 at 8 pm
January 26 at 8 pm
January 26 - February 24
Wednesdays - Saturdays at 8 pm
Sundays at 2 pm
There is no performance of An Octoroon on Sunday, February 3rd. See calendar for exact performance dates & times.