The Classics Theatre Project presents Dutchman

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This 1964 Obie Award Winner for Best Off-Broadway Play, Dutchman is an explosive, allegorical, one act drama written by poet Amiri Baraka (who was then writing under his birth name, LeRoi Jones). It uses the device of a single, highly stylized and symbolic encounter to demonstrate the tensions present between Black and white Americans during the tumultuous 1960s and to illustrate the political, societal, and psychological conflicts facing Black men in America.

Taking place on a New York City subway car, the play is a two-character confrontation that begins playfully and flirtatiously between Clay, a young, middle-class, Black man and Lula, a white woman, who approaches him. Their conversation builds rapidly in suspense and symbolic resonance until it becomes something else entirely, ultimately ending fatally. 

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Margo Jones Theatre at Magnolia Lounge
1121 1st Ave.
Dallas, TX 75210

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$22-$25