Dutchman Stop Kiss Take The Stage at Sacred Circle Theatre

Dutchman Stop Kiss Take The Stage at Sacred Circle Theatre

Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Make sure you check out Dutchman/Stop Kiss at the Sacred Circle Theatre Company at 104 W. 14th Street in Manhattan.

This production runs through June 23rd, and it’s actually a compelling combination of two plays in one room, with one cast. Presented by Amiri Baraka and Diana Son, this performance is described as a “double bill of desire and destruction, of unbridled sexuality and unthinkable violence.”

Baraka’s Dutchman is set in 1960s-era NYC. As described on the official website, “a hot, crowded Subway lurches beneath a city teeming with racial inequality. a devilishly seductive white woman sets her sights on a young black man. As they rattle uptown on a crowded subway car, their encounter moves swiftly from chance flirtation to calculated murder.”

In contrast, Son’s Stop Kiss is set in 1990s New York, as ” The dark of night falls on a public park in a certain part of town, the site of a burgeoning gay haven. Two women struggle to navigate a queer new longing for each other. As they finally dare to share a kiss, a stranger’s blows transform their furtive romance into an unspeakable tragedy.”

You can expect a shocking and surprising tale of hate crimes in one of the biggest cities in the world.

Tickets range from $25-$30 and are available on the official website HERE.

Editor’s Notes

Publish your Community News: We want your local news, business promotions, opinions, press releases, etc. Learn more about My Local News U.S>
Local Event Calendar: Add an event to your local Community Calendar
Realtors® click here: to learn more about Preferred Listing Ads.
Sponsored Content: Promote your business with a paid content article.


No posts to display


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here