"The single most daring thing I've seen in a theater in a long time." -- Wesley Morris, New York Times
The Old South lives on at the MacGregor Plantation--in the breeze, in the cotton fields...and in the crack of the whip. Nothing is as it seems, and yet everything is as it seems. Slave Play rips apart history to shed new light on the nexus of race, gender, and sexuality in twenty-first-century America.
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About the Author
Jeremy O. Harris, "one of the most promising playwrights of his generation," (Vogue) is a playwright, screenwriter, essayist, and actor. His plays include Slave Play; "Daddy"; Xander Xyst, Dragon: 1; and "WATER SPORTS"; or insignificant white boys. Jeremy co-wrote A24's film Zola with director Janicza Bravo. Jeremy is a graduate of the Yale School of Drama's MFA Playwriting Program.
"[A] willfully provocative, gaudily transgressive and altogether staggering new play."--New York Times
"This wildly imaginative work asserts itself with a daringness rarely seen on our stages these days."--Hollywood Reporter
"Uncomfortably funny and gruesomely sexy."--Vinson Cunningham "New Yorker "
"Jeremy O. Harris is the theater world's vital new voice."--Raven Smith "GQ "
"The most radical Broadway play in years. A shot across the bow of the Great White Way."--Chris Jones "Chicago Tribune "
"Slave Play offers some of the most stunning theatricality of the year."--Peter Marks "Washington Post "
"Slave Play is funny, probing and, at times, disturbingly sexy...it asks a lot of its spectators, and has a lot to give in return."--Adam Feldman "Time Out New York "
"Supercharged, fearsome, and terribly funny."--Sara Holdren "New York "