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Road Theatre @ Lankershim Arts Center
5108 Lankershim Blvd. North Hollywood, CA 91601
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The weather was chilly night. I wore spandex pants, nice blouse, sandals, and a light jacket.
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"White People"
15 ratings
4.3 average rating
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5 reviews
3 stars
attended Jun 16 2010

Being in an inter-racial marriage (my husband is black or shall I say African American .. and I am white) .. we saw this together last night...and we found ourselves STILL talking about this morning. The funny thing is ... there should be a play...continued

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87 reviews
17 stars
attended Jun 19 2010

A three person monologue show about attitudes toward race is either going to be brilliant or it is going to be a disaster. This one is brilliant. The Road continues to do incredible work!

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25 reviews
6 stars
attended Jun 27 2010

I attended this play Sunday 27th June with Hollywood legend, Garrett Morris. Garrett and I see a LOT of live theatre both here and in New York and we BOTH agreed that this was one of the finest performances we have yet seen (although neither of us...continued

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Written by J. T. Rogers

Directed by Douglas Clayton

White People premiered at the Philadelphia Theatre Company in 2000 and received the L.A. Drama Critics Circle and John Barrymore Award nominations for Best Play of the Year.

Playwright J. T. Rogers lives in Brooklyn, New York. He is a graduate of the North Carolina School of the Arts actor-training program.

His play Madagascar received the American Theatre Critics Association’s M. Elizabeth Osborne Award in 2004 and the Pinter Review Prize for Drama in 2005.

Rogers’ other plays include Bob Comes to Life, Above the Beasts,  Frankfurt and The Overwhelming.