WHITE NOISE by Suzan-Lori Parks

A clever chamber play about racism today


WHITE NOISE The Public Theater, New York 2019 © Joan Marcus


Suzan-Lori Parks
2 F / 2 M
English text

A black male artist (who is in a relationship with a white lawyer) has been racially attacked by white police officers. Instead of suing the police he gets the idea to let the couple’s wealthy white friend (whose girlfriend is black) buy him as a slave for 40 days to show the world that it hasn’t changed much through the years. A clever chamber play about racism today.

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