New York | 1h 30m | Already closed

Hit the Wall

From 2 member reviews
Members say: Relevant, Edgy, Intense, Great acting, Great staging

About the show

This site-specific ensemble play with music is an evocation of the sparks that ignited the Stonewall Riots staged in the Stonewall Inn itself. More…

On a hot and humid night in June 1969 a diverse group of individuals are brought together by their need for a safe space in the biggest underground gay club in Manhattan the Stonewall Inn…The rest is history. An homage to the hundreds of individuals who came together to fight back against the oppression of the NYPD on the queer community. Staged in the very bar that was raided by police on June 28th 1969, “Hit the Wall” tells the story of how Pride began, in the place where Pride began.

1h 30m | Already closed | Stonewall Inn (West Village)

Absorbing, Edgy, Great singing, Great staging, Relevant

See it if you have a heart at all. If you care about the truth of history and LGBTQ+

Don't see it if you absolutely cannot see any sexual violence.

Powerful, Intense, Relevant, Great acting

See it if This young theater group has done several prices of meaningful, thought provoking theater. You owe it to yourself to experience it!

Don't see it if No reason not to see it! Be prepared to be happy, sad, shocked, and smacked with a big dose of reality!

Cast & Creatives (14)