Policy at the Playhouse : The Whipping Man

February 17, 2015
7:00pm to 10:00pm

The Bedrosian Center is offering a group rate discount to The Whipping Man at The Pasadena Playhouse, the play will be followed by a panel discussion with Center Director Raphael Bostic, USC Gould Professor Sam Erman, actor Charlie Robinson, and others discussing the play’s themes as they relate to governance, political change, and race.

 

THE WHIPPING MAN
written by Matthew Lopez

The Civil War has ended, leaving destruction in its wake. As a raging storm illuminates what’s left of a once majestic plantation home, three Jewish men prepare for Passover—the owner’s son, and his family’s former slaves.  The Bedrosian Center will participate in a post-show discussion with a panel of community experts and esteemed guests to discuss and explore selected themes of the show with the audience.

For information about this production and the play, see “The Whipping Man”: A Night Different from All Other Nights by Andy Knight, in the South Coast Repertory.

Please contact Donnajean Ward to buy tickets.