The longing for social justice ignites a palpable rage in Richard Wright’s classic novel, Native Son. Set in 1930s Chicago, where opportunities for African American men like Bigger Thomas are elusive, playwright Nambi E. Kelley’s gripping adaptation focuses on the inner workings of the protagonist’s mind as events violently and irrevocably seal his fate.
April 18 – 28, Anteaus Theater Company’s “Native Son” will be the final production of the wildly successful ‘Block Party’ at the Kirk Douglas Theatre this year. Don’t miss this chance to to experience some of L.A.’s best small theater on a stage near you.
For tickets, go to www.centertheatregroup.org