Venue Details

James Armstrong Theater at Torrance Cultural Arts Center
Across the street from the Torrance Art Museum 3330 Civic Center Dr. Torrance, CA 90503
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Rated by 21 members
Review from Cheryl
36 events 18 reviews

This was the fourth time I saw NWC and it's hilarious every time! No matter what your race is, you'll laugh out loud. The stories are original, the jokes are on target, and the timing is perfect. The next time NWC tours again, I know I'll be...continued

reviewed Nov 04 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from Erin
12 events 9 reviews

This show was really cool as it explored the three races. Super hiliarious.

reviewed Nov 04 2011 report as inappropriate
Review from DLOPEZ
14 events 6 reviews

This was a good show with lots of good points!

reviewed Nov 04 2011 report as inappropriate
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Quotes & Highlights

“Remarkably well-timed to land in the middle of the national discomfort zone.” —New York Times
“Wicked humor … Go!” —LA Weekly
Hilarious. —Denver Post
NWC_’s heart and brain and sense of humor are all in the right place.” —_Variety
Check out the show’s official website
Read Goldstar member reviews of the show’s last appearance in L.A.


Blending theater, hip-hop, stand-up comedy, slam poetry, and true-life stories with their own original style, three tour-de-force performers take on racial slurs, stereotypes, and the concept of race itself.

Winner of “Best Play” from the American Readers Theater Association, N*GGER WETB*CK CH*NK charges into the dangerous territory of race, but without the predictable anger and angst._

N*W*C _is produced by Speak Theater Arts, a progressive theater company led by Rafael Agustin, Steven T. Seagle and Liesel Reinhart and dedicated to presenting dangerously compelling original works. 

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