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The Good Negro
(Drama)

“A gripping play that rips through the pages of history to uncover the human story at the heart of the 1960’s Civil Rights Movement”
- THEATRE IN CHICAGO

“...Gripping and Provocative...” - BACKSTAGE (2010)

“Inspirational...Epic story of the Civil Rights... viewed through the lens of individual stories.” - CURTAIN UP

"A thunderous new play” - VARIETY

"A compelling reminder of the vicious racism in our not-so-distant past...”
- THEATREINLA

Previews
Invited Dress Rehearsals & Previews:
Sat. Jan 12 8PM - BLUE CAST
Sun. Jan. 13th 8PM - RED CAST
Preview Tickets: $10.00

Runs
Tue, Jan 15 – Sun, Feb 24
RUN:
Thursday, Friday, & Saturday 8:00PM
Sunday 2:00PM and 7:00PM

Show Calendar

BUY TICKETS
$25.00 Thurs, Fri, Sat, Sun - General Admission
$15.00* Groups of 8 or more, Seniors, Students w/ID, Sag-Aftra & AEA Union Members w/Card- Use Promo Code 005
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NOTE: * ID &/or Group will be reverified at the Box Office

Special Events
Tues. Jan. 15th Opening Night Reception following the show: RED CAST

Wed. Jan 16th Opening NIght Reception following the show: BLUE CAST

Special Show Info
Running time: 160 minutes.
There will be an intermission.
There will be an explosion. Strong language and simulated violence.

Special Note Regarding Performances of both Casts:
Red Cast - EVERY Thurs, Fri 8pm and Sun 7pm
Blue Cast - EVERY Sat 8pm, Sun 2pm.

Website

Hudson Mainstage Theatre
6539 Santa Monica Blvd
Hollywood, CA  90038
Valet Parking
Area Map

Special Theatre Info
Wheelchair Access

The theatre has concessions.

Reservations
(323) 960-7774

Fresh from the PUBLIC THEATER in NY and THE GOODMAN THEATER in Chicago, this gripping new play (a thinly veiled fictional account of the early years of Martin Luther King and the SCLC) rips through the pages of history to uncover the human story at the heart of the 1960's American Civil Rights Movement.

Birmingham Alabama, 1962 tensions build as a trio of emerging black leaders attempt to conquer their individual demons amidst death threats from the Klan and wire taps by the FBI. Through personal and intimate stories inspired by the political upheavals of the era, The Good Negro examines the human frailties behind the historic headlines.

*This production of 'The Good Negro” offers two equally extraordinary and diverse casts delivering two distinct and exceptional interpretations of Tracey Scott Wilson's critically acclaimed and timely new drama.

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