400 Years of Inequity and Protest

October 12 - October 16, 2019

Ellen Stewart Theatre | 66 East 4th Street (2nd Floor)

Saturday, Oct 12 at 7PM; Sunday, Oct 13 at 3PM; Wednesday, Oct 16 at 7PM

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A response to and reflection on the 400 years since the British founding of Jamestown through historical text, poetry, music and dance.

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Saturday, October 12 at 7PM
Re:Entry – Actors Playing Jazz
Directed by Estelle Parsons

ReEntry: Actors Playing Jazz is the story of eight formerly incarcerated men.


Sunday, October 13 at 3PM
400 Years of Inequity and 400 Years of Protest
Directed by James E. Reynolds

La MaMa, with the Poetry Project and other artists, confronts U.S. history and sheds critical light on the way forward.


Wednesday, October 16 at 7PM
Casting the Vote: Call To A Count
Directed by Charlotte Brathwaite | Featuring Impact Repertory Theater

A dinner, a party, a call to action, a gathering. A survival guide for troubling times Casting the Vote: Call To A Count examines our future and how we can count on one another in the struggle for democracy, justice, and a more perfect union.