Runs from Sunday September 17 2017 to Sunday October 1 2017

Approximate running time: 1 hour and 10 minutes


The Franco Boni Theatre
1115 Queen Street West
Toronto ON M6J 3P4

Performance Notes

× September 1964. Behind the doors of a public washroom in a Washington D.C. park, two lives linked to two of America's most important figures collide when a white man seeking sex meets a black male stranger. Steven Elliott Jackson's bold and affecting piece -- the winner of the 2017 Toronto Fringe Festival New Play award -- explores issues of race, sexuality, masculinity -- and the cost of reconciling each to two disparate human beings with a shared innate need.
"NNNNN... an extraordinary production." - NOW Magazine

Written by Steven Elliott Jackson
Directed by Tanisha Taitt
Lighting Designer: Brandon Goncalves
Production Stage Manager: Tara Mohan
Stage Manager: Sonia Vaillant

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