Opening Date
Dec 02, 2021
Closing Date
Jan 23, 2022
1st Preview
Nov 23, 2021
1st Preview
Nov 23, 2021


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August Wilson Theatre
(Dec 02, 2021 - Jan 23, 2022)

This production is a return engagement of Slave Play (Oct 06, 2019 - Jan 19, 2020)

Pre-opening information; subject to change.

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'Slave Play' received its World Premiere on November 19, 2018 at New York Theatre Workshop; Developed during a residency at the National Playwrights Conference in 2018 at the The Eugene O'Neill Theatre Center
Written by Jeremy O. Harris; Original Music by Lindsay Jones
Directed by Robert O'Hara; Associate Director: Nicholas Polonio
Scenic Design by Clint Ramos; Costume Design by Dede Ayite; Lighting Design by Jiyoun Chang; Sound Design by Lindsay Jones; Hair, Wig & Make-Up Design: Cookie Jordan; Associate Scenic Design: Diggle; Associate Lighting Design: Carolina Ortiz; Associate Sound Design: DJ Potts; Assistant Costume Design: Anna Blazer; Moving Light Programmer: Michael Sbrocchi
Executive Producer: Mark Shacket; General Manager: Foresight Theatrical and Mark Shacket; Company Manager: Rebecca F. Sherman; Associate Gen. Mgr: Maan Singh Tinna; Theatre Manager: Susan Sunday
Production Manager: Juniper Street Productions; Production Stage Manager: Cherie B. Tay; Stage Manager: Kelly A. Martindale
Casting Director: Taylor Williams; Additional Casting: Victor Vazquez; Press Representative: DKC/O&M; Advertising: RPM; Social Media: Marathon Digital; Public Relations & Strategic Marketing: The Chamber Group; Production Counsel: Nevin Law Group; Movement: Byron Easley; Intimacy & Fight Director: Teniece Divya Johnson and Claire Warden; Based on original intimacy and fight direction by Claire Warden; Fight/Intimacy Captain: Kelly A. Martindale; Dramaturg: Amauta Marston-Firmino; Dialect and Vocal Coach: Gigi Buffington; Associate Movement: Taylor Mackenzie Smith; Photographer: Matthew Murphy
Antoinette Crowe-Legacy
Broadway debut
Jonathan Higginbotham
Broadway debut
Devin Kawaoka
Broadway debut
Understudies: Eboni Flowers (Kaneisha, Teá), Blake Russell (Phillip), Luigi Sottile (Jim, Dustin), Elizabeth Stahlmann (Alana, Patricia) and Galen J. Williams (Gary)

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