Presented by The Black Rep
in Edison Theatre
September 8 – 26
Wednesdays & Thursdays at 7pm
Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm
Sundays at 3pm
As timely as ever, this Pulitzer Prize winner addresses the complexities of race, class and friendship at a pivotal moment in America. This deeply heartfelt drama is crafted with generous humor and tells the story of a group of co-workers who find friendship working together on a factory floor. When layoffs and picket lines enter the picture, these friends must decide if they should look out for each other — or prioritize themselves.
COVID-19 policies for patrons
All attendees are required to complete a health screener within 4 hours of arrival to campus. Be prepared to show the “Cleared for Campus” result to event staff upon arrival.
Visitor Screening Tool
WUSTL Student/Faculty/Staff Screening Tool
For those with out smart phones, there is a station in Mallinckrodt Center where you can complete the screener on an iPad. If you receive a message that you are “Not Cleared”, we ask that you not come to campus or leave campus if you are completing the screener on campus.
Masks are to be worn at all times while indoors on the Wash U campus. That includes 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 must be presented upon entering the building.