In 1831, Nat Turner led a slave uprising that shook the conscience of the nation. Nat Turner in Jerusalem examines the power of an individual's resolute convictions and their seismic reverberations through time.
Actor-illusionist-inventor and NYTW Usual Suspect Geoff Sobelle’s “virtuosic” NY Times Critics Pick The Object Lesson comes to NYTW for a limited engagement. Sobelle transforms this makeshift attic into a space of reflection and wonder as he unpacks our relationship to everyday objects.
In a two-part theatrical event, director and NYTW Usual Suspect Ed Sylvanus Iskandar brings to life the singularly poetic world of playwright and NYTW Usual Suspect Mfoniso Udofia’s Sojourners and Her Portmanteau. Performed in repertory, these two chapters of Udofia's sweeping, nine-part saga, The Ufot Cycle, chronicle the triumphs and losses of the tenacious matriarch of a Nigerian family.
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