When new father and white supremacist hopeful Jeff Browning fails a DNA test, the hateful harassment that follows garners attention from a prominent black journalist-- attention that Jeff isn't sure he wants.
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2 Jan. 2023
Relevant, bold, surprising, thought-provoking. I was captivated! Chisa is one of the most important voices in the American Theatre. Stop reading this and start reading her work. ”
31 Mar. 2022
This play is breathtaking. Literally. I found myself holding my breath as I read it for fear of being spotted by the characters. It is an intimate play with a far-reaching impact. I felt like I was peeking through a neighbor's window. Having spent the majority of my life in the deep south, I have known men like Jeff and Dylan and counted myself lucky to not be embraced by their circle of influence. This is a chilling account of the casual nature of oppressive hate. I adore this play. It is bold, unflinching, and so very necessary. ”
20 Feb. 2021
A powerful, moving look into white supremacy and bigotry as the actions take on inexplicable form. Well done. ”