White Noise

01/12/22 - 02/20/22

BY SUZAN-LORI PARKS
LOCATION MILTON THEATRE
DIRECTED BY REGINALD L. DOUGLAS

Leo, Dawn, Ralph, and Misha are four longtime friends and sometimes lovers who are coming into their own in the city, until a violent police encounter prompts Leo to suggest an audacious experiment that unmasks long-simmering secrets among the group. Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Suzan-Lori Parks brings her bold sense of humor and history to a story about four thirtysomethings in a not-at-all post-racial world. 

SHOW INFORMATION

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White Noise is generously underwritten by Amy Weinberg and Norbert Hornstein.

The Artists

Press

Enthrallingly thought-packed! In burrowing deep into what one character calls 'the worm hole' of how we talk – and think – about race, Ms. Parks isn’t cutting anyone any slack. Herself included.
The New York Times
The brilliance of Suzan-Lori Parks's eviscerating new play White Noise is that underneath the finely crafted, often sharply funny apparent realism of its surface, its roots stretch deep away into archetype.
Vulture