Jobsite Theater tackles America’s most controversial topic in this provocative new tale of sex, guilt and bold accusations.
Two lawyers (“ranney” and Paul Potenza) find themselves defending a wealthy white executive (Ned Averill-Snell) charged with raping a black woman. When a new legal assistant (Tia Jemison) gets involved in the case, opinions that boil beneath explode to the surface.
When David Mamet turns the spotlight on what we think but can’t say, dangerous truths are revealed, and no punches are spared.
The Chicago Tribune says that Mamet’s new play “argues, everything in America — and this play throws sex, rape, the law, employment and relationships into its 90 minutes of stage wrangling — is still about race.” Do we living in a “postracist” society? What gets erased or ignored when we claim that we’re “past” race, or in fact any issue of difference? Come be a part of the conversation!
Race contains adult language and subject matter and is intended for an adult audience.
We’re excited to host a public forum on Sun., May 13 after the 4pm performance of Race. This panel on race relations in America will include Dr. Abraham Khan (USF Depts. of Communication, Africana Studies), noted author and professor Dr. Roy Kaplan, Alisha Menzies (USF Dept. of Communication) and director David M. Jenkins. This talkback is made possible in part by a grant from the Communication for Social Change reviewer’s award, Community Research Alliance.
Today’s post is actually about a few things. Since I assume it is pretty much only the Jobsite faithful (artists, season ticket holders, etc) who
- David M. Jenkins – Director
- Matthew Ray – Stage Manager
- Ned Averill-Snell – Charles
- Tia Jemison – Susan
- Paul J. Potenza – Jack
- “ranney” – Henry
- David M. Jenkins – Sound Designer
- Greg Newcomb – Poster Artist
- Brian M. Smallheer – Scenic and Lighting Designer
- Katrina Stevenson – Costume Designer
Jobsite provides a variety of cool banners that you can put on your website. AND they update automatically. So just drop it in once, and when we’re ready for our next show, we’ll update the graphic, and it’ll automatically update on your site too!