An expressive adaptation by the author of an acclaimed play about the traumatic experiences of black people in Britain and the US.
How should a young black man act when stopped by the police? How patient should a young person be until society changes? How do role models manifest themselves in our everyday lives? An eclectic triptych of sketches, monologues, and readings crafted from polished prose, powerful performances, and atmospheric soundscapes.
Meet the director
debbie tucker green
debbie tucker green is a British playwright, screenwriter, and director. She has written a number of plays, including “born bad” (2003), for which she received the Laurence Olivier Award for Best Newcomer in a Play in 2004. Most of her stage plays have been produced at the Royal Court Theatre and the Young Vic in London. An academic paper referred to her as “one of the most stylistically innovative and politically engaged playwrights at work in Britain today”. She had her feature film debut in 2014 with SECOND COMING.