TBA RECOMMENDED PRODUCTION!
"Relevant and engaging... Tioni Collins’ clever staging adds punch to the proceedings... the effective production showcases energetic actors and Ubuntu’s committed crew"
"Timely, powerful, intimate... puts us in the middle of crippling, outdated immigration policies"
"Poignancy, humor, power... a fresh take on the American Dream"
Marcelo Cristhian Ayvar
Luis Jose Rodriguez
Michigan Juan Berumen
Montezuma Benoît Monin
Mark Paul Rodrigues
Toby Ted Zoldan
West Coast Premiere
April 13–May 6, 2018
by Ed Cardona Jr.
directed by Tioni Collins
In an empty lot on a New York street corner, six men wait: For coffee. For work. For news. For their luck to change.
One of the season’s site-specific productions, this vital new play places a literal fence line through the center of contemporary dialogue on labor and immigration—and asks whether it’s a divide that can ever be scaled.
APRIL 13 - MAY 6 Fri & Sat Evenings: 8pm
Sundays, 4/15 & 4/22: 7pm
Sundays, 4/29 & 5/6: 2pm
$15-45 online, pay-what-you-can at door
2000 Mandela Parkway Oakland, CA 94607
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