A young white man and a young black man meet on a D train to the Bronx and strike up a conversation. It’s 1992. Los Angeles is still smoldering, the Crown Heights riots are a recent memory, and this chance encounter will lead these two young men into a head-on confrontation in a story that goes from Rockefeller Center to 145th St and everywhere in between. A piercingly insightful comedy-drama that takes a frank and deeply human look at the problems of race in America.
“The play, with all its improbability, is one of those little gems that isn’t much talked about but should be. The production makes it real.”
Howard Shapiro, WHYY
Directed by Kevin Glaccum
1636 Sansom Street
Running Time: 80 minutes with no intermission