Presented by The Black Rep
in Edison Theatre
September 7 – 25
Wednesdays Sep 7 & 21 at 7pm, Sep 14 at 10am
Thursdays at 7pm
Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm
Sundays at 3pm
It’s 1821 in New York, and two productions of Shakespeare’s Richard III are vying for audiences. One is presented by the African Company of New York, a downtown theatre known for its growing popularity with both Black and white audiences. Uptown, a white theatre owner is threatened by the success of his competition and will stop at nothing to shut them down. Learn what happens in this true story straight from American theatre history.
COVID-19 policies for patrons attending The Black Rep events
Seating is at 50% capacity to allow for social distancing between households.
Masks are to be worn at all times while in the Edison lobby area, restrooms, and while seated in the theater.
The Black Rep is requiring that all patrons be fully vaccinated or have received a negative COVID test result no more than 72 hours prior to coming on campus. A COVID-19 vaccination card or a negative test result along with a photo ID must be presented upon entering the building.