|Louis McWilliams as Brandon & Leontyne Mbele-Mbong as Roach|
American playwright, university professor, and social activist Naomi Wallace creates in her Slaughter City a play that rips open the doors of one of the more gruesome workplaces to reveal the injustice, the suffering, and the inequalities residing there every day while also showing the friendships, humor, and sexual attractions that somehow exist in a setting full of stench, guts, and blood. As part of its “Theatre Takes a Stand” summer offerings, Stanford Repertory Theater presents Naomi Wallace’s mixture of allegory, realism, and fantasy presented in rich, graphic, raw, and erotic language, song, and choreography.
Please follow this link to my full, Talkin’ Broadway review: http://www.talkinbroadway.com/page/regional/sanjose/sj52.html
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