How to Win a Race War

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Things take a darkly hilarious turn with the highly-anticipated world premiere of Ian Allen’s How to Win a Race War. The three-part comic satire, replete with song-and-dance numbers, clocking in at 3 hours plus, is a parody of white supremacist “race war” fiction. Spanning more than 3 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 waay 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.

Presented by The Klunch

Show Type
Comedy
Running Time
180 minutes
(2 Intermissions)
Appropriate For 16+ Price Ranges
$25 - $85

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Schedule Open/Close Dates: 09/21/2018 - 10/20/2018
Sunday 02:30pm--
Monday ---
Tuesday ---
Wednesday ---
Thursday ---
Friday 07:30pm--
Saturday 02:30pm07:30pm-
Important Dates

Extra Performances

  • 09/30/2018 - 7:30pm

Dark Days

  • 09/29/2018 - 2:30pm
  • 09/30/2018 - 2:30pm
  • 10/05/2018 - 7:30pm
  • 10/13/2018 - 2:30pm
Cast
Performer Role
Brett Steven Abelman Tom, Sam, Adam, Brown Stud, etc.
Grant Collins Rolly, Alfie, Evie, etc.
Tony Greenberg Clara, Usher, General Goldenberg, Ching-Chong, etc.
Matty Griffiths Peach, Fag, LaPrecious, etc.
Craig Houk Raff, Thomas, Rolly, Juanita-Ming, etc.
Will Low Ann, Ev, Boonja, etc
Mathew Marcus William, Jack, Nacho, LeRoy, Sergeant, etc.
Darren Marquardt Henry T., Corporal Jackson, Jewess, Adam, etc.
Conor Padilla Lilla, Robbie, Junior, etc.
James Radack Evelyn, Major Williams, Coach, etc.
Ned Read Prologue, Paunch, Richard, Rolly, etc.
Production Personnel
Playwright
Ian Allen
Director
Ian Allen
Costume Designer
Mei Chen
Set Designers
David C. Ghatan
William Spencer
Sound Designer
Adrian Fontainebleau
Musical Director
Anderson Wells
Lighting Designers
David C. Ghatan
William Spencer
Projections/Media Designer
Christopher McKenzie

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DC Arts Center (DCAC)
2438 EIGHTEENTH STREET NW , WASHINGTON, DC 20009

Getting There

  • Woodley Park-Zoo/Adams Morgan (Red Line)

Parking

  • Street parking
  • Paid garages

Accessibility

  • This venue is not wheelchair accessible.
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