August Strindberg Repertory Theatre presents a farce about an interracial marriage in the 1960s seen through the lens of 1890s class warfare. More…
Strindberg's exotic lifestyle in 1890s Paris and Berlin finds its home in California's '60s. Directed by Robert Greer, this production follows a famous revolutionary black writer's attempt to bring down the world economy, the capitalist banking system, corporate culture and the military-industrial complex, at the cost of his marriage to a white professor's daughter.
See it if You're curious about an unusual adaptation of a Strindberg play. Under other circumstances... this concept may have been more successful.
Don't see it if Bad acting, bad set design, and a sleu of awkward directorial choices will distract from observing a unique re-interpretation.