The play runs through March 10 at the downtown theater.
The Rhonda Clark-directed play runs through July 15.
The play is directed by former Classen School of Advanced Studies theater teacher Terry Veal.
The show draws parallels between Jewish and African slavery.
Artistic director Rhonda Clark described the production as Everybody Loves Raymond set in Lutheran Minnesota.
The production makes audiences think while they laugh along.
Rhonda Clark and the other minds behind Carpenter Square Theatre’s creative direction read all of playwright Nicky Silver’s new works. Finding one that’s a good fit for their intimate production setting is another matter. Silver is a New York-based writer known for penning off-Broadway productions like 1993’s Pterodactyls, 1995’s Raised in Captivity and 2004’s Beautiful…
A young man visits his activist grandmother in the West Village during a cross-country bike trip in 4000 Miles at Carpenter Square Theatre.
“Without spoiling anything, I’ll just say that the characters are acting crazy, but they’re dealing with a death and a cancer diagnosis and resultant decision about whether or not to pursue treatment,” Clark said.
A tale of our shared American experience.