by Young Jean Lee | directed by Keché Navina Arrington
The typical Christmas traditions for Ed and his happy family of three adult sons take a different turn when his eldest son, Drew, returns home for the Holiday season with some controversial ideas. The typical rough housing, trash talking, pranks, and Chinese takeout dinners are interrupted when all the men start questioning their identity, privilege, and what is the value of being society's most powerful population. In Straight White Men, Young Jean Lee examines the benefits of being straight, white, and male in the 21st century when being privileged, whether they like it or not, is going out of favor.
May contain material recommended for mature audiences.
Proceeds benefit the TU Foundation
Saturday, October 5, 2019 at 7:30pm
Ruth Marder Studio Theatre, CA 3044
Center for the Arts, Towson University, Towson, MD 21252, USA