Begins Sept 21
DC Arts Center
2438 18th St NW
Spanning more than three centuries of civilization, How to Win a Race War takes the audience on an epic journey from one end of the white supremacist bookcase to the other: from the fear of slave rebellions in the antebellum South, to the militant skinhead scene of 1990’s Boston, and waaaay beyond – into a liberal dystopian future packed with the sort of orchestrated chaos we are seeing from these dangerous groups today. Part satire, part exposé, and part horror show, How to Win a Race War is guaranteed to be an experience like no other.
How to Win a Race War, written and directed by Ian Allen. Starring Brett Abelman, Grant Collins, Tony Greenberg, Matty Griffiths, Craig Houk, Will Low, Matthew Marcus, Darren Marquardt, Connor Padilla, James Radack, and Ned Read. Voice performances by Christopher Henley and B. Stanley. Produced by Ian Allen, Kate Debelack, Sara Cormeny, Pete Miller. Assistant Direction and Music Direction by Anderson Wells. Set and Lights by David C. Ghatan; Associate Set and Lights by William Spencer. Props by William Spencer. Sound by Adrian Fontainebleau. Costumes by Mei Chen. Assistant Costume by Dominic Hardy. Video Design by Christopher McKenzie. Stage Management by Amanda Williams.