WERE TUPAC AND NIETZSCHE REALLY SAYING THE SAME THING? (SPONSORED)

Undiscovered Works, with Executive Producers Ruth & William Isenberg and Leah S. Abrams, presents

Hooded; Or Being Black for Dummies

By Tearrance Arvelle Chisholm
Directed by George Anthony Richardson

With Mia Y. Anderson, Zachary Desmond, Henry James Eden, Tjaša Ferme, Emma Nadine Onasch, Maddie Small, Lambert Tamin, Tarrence J. Taylor, trajan clayton, Halima Henderson, Ella Stoller, Maddie Thomas, and Keith Weiss

Marquis is a book smart prep-schooler living with his adoptive white family in the affluent suburb of Achievement Heights; Tru is a street savvy kid from the inner city of Baltimore. Their worlds overlap in a holding cell — a first for Marquis, who has been protected by his family’s privilege, but all too familiar to Tru. They butt heads, debate, wrestle, and ultimately prove Nietzsche and Tupac were really saying the same thing.

Described by The Washington Post as “entirely fearless,” HOODED; OR BEING BLACK FOR DUMMIES is a wickedly whimsical story chronicling two polar experiences of growing up black in America.

Use code SKINT to snag $15 tickets* (Reg. $30) by June 28
Valid for all performances

Performances: Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 7:30; Sat 2:30 & 7:30; Sun 2:30

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59E59 Theaters – a quick block from SUBWAY 4/5/6 N/W/R at 59 St.

*Standard service fees apply to all phone/internet orders. Limit 4 tickets per order. All offers subject to availability. This offer may be revoked or modified at any time without notice. Not valid with any other offer.

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