RaceBy David Mamet
A provocative new legal drama by Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winner David Mamet.
"Race" is a fast-paced and engaging investigation into how society deals with guilt, class, sex, lies and race. "Race" is sure to leave theatregoers discussing it long after the curtain goes down.
A fast-paced and absorbing drama
TOCCARRA CASH FST debut! NYC: Bonfire Night (The Cell Theatre); Homage 3:Illmatic (Black River Perf. Arts Ctr.) REGIONAL: Ma Rainey's Black Bottom (CENTERSTAGE/Philadelphia Theatre Co.); A Long and Happy Life (NY Stage & Film Festival); The Syringa Tree; A Raisin in the Sun (Kansas City Rep.); The Wiz (True Colors Theatre Co.); We Are Antigone (Alliance Theatre); Intimate Apparel (Unicorn Theatre); A Star Ain't Nothing But A Hole in Heaven (Coterie Theatre); Blue (Horizon Theatre). FILM/TV: ATL; Blue Car. B.A.- Spelman College; M.F.A.- University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC). Princess Grace Award Recipient (George C. Wolfe Theatre Award - Acting).
KEVYN MOROW Broadway: Scarlet Pimpernel, Smokey Joe’s Café, Dreamgirls, Chorus Line. West End: Ragtime - Olivier Nom. Best Actor, 125th St. Off-Broadway: First Wives Club - NAACP Nom. Best Actor, Radio Golf (Harmond), Winter’s Tale (Polixenes), Our Town (Gibbs), Stone My Heart (Othello), Stormy Weather (Billy Strayhorn), Pajama Game (Sid), Three Musketeers (Aramis), Tambourines to Glory - Helen Hayes Nom. Best Actor, Blue. Film: The Trade, Stayin’ Alive. Television: Guest - Law/ Order, Murphy Brown, Recurring - Hope and Faith, Ed, Coach, One Life…, Kidsworld (Host). Pilot - Half-Share.
JEFFREY PLUNKETT FST: Sylvia, Opus, Permanent Collection (Best Actor Nominnee--Sarasota Magazine), Pure Confidence, The Gambol of Love. NEW YORK: The Cherry Lane Theatre (with Mia Dillon and Joyce Van Patten), Manhattan Theatre Source (NY Innovative Theatre Award Nominee), The Algonquin Theatre, Broad Horizons. Jeffrey played Greg in over 250 performances of The Sum of Us. REGIONAL: Syracuse Stage, Cincinnati Playhouse, Capitol Rep, Pennsylvania Stage Company, Three Rivers' Shakespeare Festival, Chicago's Body Politic, Pennsylvania Centre Stage, GeVA, Fairfield Theatre Company, South Jersey Regional Theatre, and The Metro Lyric Opera. TV: All My Children, Deadline. FILM: Millennium Crisis, FireFly, Solar Vengeance, Alien Uprising and Clonehunters.
RONALD SIEBERT Last appeared at FST playing the part of Mr. Harari in the highly acclaimed production of Ruined directed by Richard Hopkins. He also played Carl in Opus. Ronald has worked professionally in more than 40 theatres across America playing a wide range of parts including the title roles in: Macbeth, The Misanthrope, Titus Andronicus and Lamarck. On Broadway he appeared in the award-winning The Changing Room and with James Earl Jones in The Iceman Cometh at The Circle-In-The-Square Theatre. He also spent a year touring in the first national company of M. Butterfly.
Director | Richard Hopkins
Scenic and Costume Design | April Soroko
Lighting Design | Robert Perry
Production Stage Manager | Kelli Karen*
*Denotes member Actors’ Equity Association. The Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States.