Amiri Baraka’s Dutchman (1964)
New York City in the height of the summer: A black man meets a white woman on the subway as it careens through the bowels of the city. They decide to go to a party together, but never make it there. Born out of the Black Arts Movement, Amiri Baraka’s Dutchman is a brutal discussion of race, sex, and personal accountability.
Thursday, Sept 26 at 8PM
Friday, Sept 27 at 8PM and 11PM
Saturday, Sept 28 at 8PM and 11PM
The cast of Dutchman will host talk-backs immediately following the Thursday 8PM and Friday 8PM performances. Students are encouraged to attend.