WHITE PEOPLE

by J.T. Rogers
Directed by Diego Arciniegas

An unflinchingly honest, darkly funny examination of race and language in America, J. T. Rogers’ White People uses the interwoven monologues of three white people – a bitter former homecoming queen who is now a housewife with a special needs child; a New York college professor whose family was attacked by a group of black men, and a smug conservative lawyer – to work through the blame, guilt and assumptions related to feelings about their own whiteness and the non-whiteness of others.

“never strikes a false note…”
LA TIMES

“sobering, unsettling but deeply rewarding.”
SALT LAKE TRIBUNE

Photo: Robert Krop