By William Glick
Directed by Hannah Wolf
When Simon Levinson accuses his father of bigotry, he must confront a series of larger challenges, including the polarization of American politics and how to make his boyfriend love him. Taking place over the course of the Obama years, the play explores what we gain and lose when society progresses and asks us to answer the question, "Who is the true bigot?"
The Bigot contains mature themes and is not recommended for a young audience. The play portrays acts of racism and bigotry against people of color and queer people. It also depicts misogyny. The Bigot contains mature sexual content and graphic depictions of sexuality.
The running time is approximately two hours and includes one intermission. View the The Bigot playbill.
March 4, 8 at 7:30 p.m. and March 12 at 2:00 p.m.