By Lydia R. Diamond
Directed by Robert Barry Fleming
February 24 - March 20, 2011
Mo`olelo at The 10th Avenue Theatre
930 10th Avenue
San Diego, CA 92101
Downtown San Diego on the west side of 10th Avenue, between Broadway and E Street
The LeVay Family, an affluent African American family, gathers in their summer home on Martha's Vineyard. The adult sons, aspiring novelist Kent and golden boy plastic surgeon Flip, have each brought their respective ladies to meet the parents. Food, drink and Trivial Pursuit tangle with class, race and identity politics in this contemporary comedy of manners.
Tickets: Click here to order tickets, or call 619-342-7395.
Parking: Parking can be challenging in this neighborhood. There is metered street parking surrounding the theater, free after 6 PM Mondays - Saturdays and all day on Sundays and Holidays. In addition, there is a $6 open air parking lot at the northeast corner of 11th Avenue and E Street - one block east of the theater. The machine accepts Visa, Master Card or exact cash.
Public Transportation: The 10th Avenue Theatre is located near the City College Trolley Station located at 1155 C Street (Park Blvd & C Street). The Orange and Blue lines stop here. For more information on how to get to the theater on public transportation, please visit http://www.sdmts.com/Tripplanner.asp
Bring proof of carpooling, driving a hybrid, bicycling, or taking public transportation to this show and we will email you a $5-off coupon for your next Mo`olelo production.
Hard of hearing? You may borrow a copy of the script to quietly follow along during the performance or to read prior to seeing the show. Please call 619-342-7395 to make arrangements.
February 25 - Talk back with the Director and Actors of Stick Fly.
March 3 - Mesa College Night "Race, Class, Identity & the Black Bourgeoisie"
March 6 - Talk back with the Director and Actors of Stick Fly
March 11 - Talk back with the Playwright, Lydia R. Diamond
March 12 - Talk back with the Playwright, Lydia R. Diamond.