Thursday, February 20, 2020

Post-Play Conversations at "Breathtaking" PASS OVER

"Breathaking and disturbing... brilliant... must see!" —ShowScore

Friday, February 21 (post-play conversation)
SOMA Community Coalition on Race

Monday, February 24 @ 7pm: Community Conversation
Have you seen PASS OVER? Do you want to talk about it? Come back and talk with us on Mondays at 7.

Sunday, February 23 (post-play conversation)
Christina Swarns President, Office of the Appellate Defender. Former Litigation Director of the NAACP Legal Defense & Educational Fund

March 1 (post-play conversation)
Maxim Thorne, Managing Director of the Andrew Goodman Foundation

Monday, March 2 @ 7pm: Community Conversation

Additional special events TBA. You are invited to return after seeing the show to attend multiple conversations.


About PASS OVER: Moses and Kitch chill on the corner talking smack, passing the time, and hoping that today a miracle will come. They stand by a lamppost in a present-day ghetto, but it's also a plantation, and it's also Egypt, a city built by slaves. A provocative mashup of Waiting for Godot and the Exodus saga, Pass Over exposes the unquestionable human spirit of young black men who dream about a promised land they've yet to find.


"Imbued with hip-hop lyricism and biblcal resonance, Pass Over is a 90-minute meditation on much of human history, seen through the experiences of two pulsating and frequently terrified black men....The play does not universalize; it makes it essential, insisting that this crisis is very real, very dangerous, and made all the more threatening by complacency...(Moses and Kitch) are characters in a play, but also they are urgently real." —Patrick Maley, Ledger

2019 Lortel Award Winner for Best New Play!

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