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White People Drinking

the zoo theatre co. · Ages 21+ · United States of America

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June 13, 2018

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Sugimoto has crafted a modern-day dark comedy that is paced to perfection. The writing here is amalgamation of playwriting and screenwriting that settles into a nice balance of the two mediums putting all audiences in familiar territory. Additionally, the characters are written with realistic conviction—as these people talk on stage you can hear your friends, relatives, neighbors or even yourself speak. As part of the play’s main objective this ruckus dinner party hits upon a surplus of current political, social, religious, societal and controversial issues. Although none of these topics are necessarily fully addressed, but much like in the play, they are mentioned to spark a conversation and even allow you to confront your own beliefs. It may not be considered polite to discuss all these issues at your next dinner party, but in White People Drinking politeness goes out the window almost immediately.

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