Genre: Comedy, Drama
In keeping with a past historical truth, Lynch PLAY will operate under a segregated seating policy

Lynch PLAY begins when a historical drama playing in the East Village is interrupted by a minstrel in blackface named Willie D. He decides to impose himself as narrator for the interrupted play, much to the actors' chagrin, and provide his own colorful interpretation of America's racial history. Both Blacks and Whites are held up for laughs and dissection in Willie D's impromptu narrative while the bewildered actors try their professional best to have the show go on, despite the antics of the black clown.
"Why segregated seating?" says Lynch PLAY director Jaime Robert Carrillo, "Dividing the audience is a manifestation of the unresolved racial divide in today's society. Inside of this racial divide there exists fear, stereotyping, guilt, and anger all wrapped up in silence."
Open:   03/25/05
Close:   04/24/05

Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00PM, Sundays @ 7:00PM
No performances April 8,9,10
Talkback with Artists March 27
Theater:   Gene Frankel Theatre
Address:   24 Bond St.
New York, NY 10012
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Closest subway: 6 to Bleecker, walk north to Bond, west to the theatre

Cost:$20.00, $15.00 Students and Seniors
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