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The Liquid Plain Now Playing at The Signature Theatre
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3/4/2015 to 3/29/2015
When: 3/4/2015
Where: Signature Theatre
480 West 42nd Street
Beyween 9th and 10th Avenue
New York
United States

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 Now Playing Thru March 29

All Tickets $25

ordering and we’ll waive all fees!*

The Liquid Plain
by Naomi Wallace
directed by Kwame Kwei-Armah
featuring Ito Aghayere, LisaGay Hamilton, Robert Hogan,
Michael Izquierdo, Kristolyn Lloyd, Karl Miller, Tuck Milligan,
Tara A. Nicolas, Johnny Ramey, Lance Roberts

On the docks of late 18th century Rhode Island, two runaway slaves, Adjua and Dembi, plan a desperate and daring run to freedom. When a chance encounter triggers an unexpected collision of worlds, painful truths are uncovered and the brutality of past crimes spills into the next generation. Winner of the 2012 Horton Foote Prize for Promising New American Play,The Liquid Plain brings to life a group of people whose stories have been erased from history.

How to purchase tickets:
Online: Click here to purchase tickets and use code TLPMP
Phone: Call Ticket Services at (212) 244-7529
(Tues. - Sun., 11am - 6pm) and mention code
In Person: Visit The Pershing Square Signature Center at
480 West 42nd Street between 9th and 10th Avenues

Click here for information for groups of 10 or more or call 646-388-8113.

"I see individual desires or the suppression of desire as inseparable from the social and economic order in which that individual lives. If you are reduced to being 'hands' on a ship or, even more miserable, 'hands' on a plantation, and that occupation is unimaginably brutal, then any expression of desire – for sex or freedom – is a revolt of sorts. And it is in that expression, however small, that hope lies for radical change." -Playwright Naomi Wallace

"The magnificent thing about Naomi's writing is that she marries politics and poetry - politics with a small "p" and Poetry with a big "P" - and she investigates the human condition through these two lenses."- Director Kwame Kwei-Armah

Click here to read an in-depth interview with director Kwame Kwei-Armah featured in the latest issue of Signature Stories magazine.

*TLPBW code expires March 7, 2015. $25 tickets for performances Feb. 17 – March 29, 2015 are made possible by Signature Ticket Initiative: A Generation of Access, Lead Partner The Pershing Square Foundation. Additional support for A Generation of Access provided by the Howard Gilman Foundation, Margot Adams and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs. Dates, programming and artists subject to change

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