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A Seriously Funny Conversation About RACE

The Seeing Place Theater, known for intensely intimate ensemble work, brings you Robert King's award-winning solo show about the journey of a young man growing up bi-racial in a not quite Post-Racial America.

Written and Performed by Robert King.*

November 25, 2012 (7pm)
November 27, 2012 (7pm)
December 2, 2012 (7pm)
December 4, 2012 (9pm)

The Seeing Place @ ATA's Sargent Theater
314 West 54th St. 4th Floor. NYC

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WINNER: BEST SOLO SHOW - "The ONE" Festival (2010)

Energetic, hilarious, and at times quite poignant, Halfrican-American will take you into a world of both comedic characters and heart-wrenching life lessons, as that young man must ultimately decide if his ethnicity will define the man he will become. Running time: 70 minutes, no intermission.

"You will find yourself laughing with abandon and questioning your own views as you work your way through his personal minefield of race in America." - Marshall Mays, Kaleidoscope Theatre

"The Seeing Place Theater is the producing company giving New York audiences another chance to catch this fun and impacting shines brightly at the ATA’s Sargent Theater in Midtown...King weaves the tapestry with a mixture of Seinfeld-ian observational humor and Dave Chappelle’s analysis of cultural hypocrisy. And despite all of this, Halfrican is a comedy with many laugh out loud moments." -Aurin Squire, NY Theater Review



Rob - Robert King*

+ = Company Member      |      * = Member of AEA


Creative Team:

Director - Anthony Augello


This production was produced alongside our Mainstage Production of John Kolvenbach's Olivier-nominated play, Love Song.






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