There is nothing. A white person. Can say to a black person. About
Race . . . Race. Is the most incendiary topic in our history. And
the moment it comes out, you cannot close the lid on that box.
Sparks fly when three lawyers and a defendant clash over the issue
of race and the American judicial system. As they prepare for a
court case, they must face the fundamental questions that everyone
fears to ask. What is race? What is guilt? What happens when the
crimes of the past collide with the transgressions of the present?
Drawing on one of the most highly-charged issues of American
history, David Mamet forces us to confront deep-seated prejudices
and barely-healed wounds in this unflinching examination of the
lies we tell ourselves and the truths we unwillingly reveal to
others. Race was first seen in New York at the Ethel Barrymore
Theatre on December 6, 2009, directed by David Mamet. It receives
its UK premiere at the Hampstead Theatre on 23 May 2013.
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