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Crescent City Stage, New Orleans Louisiana

Set in Tobago. In the hope of entertaining future guests, a white English hotel owner proposes that he and his black handyman work up a satire on the Robinson Crusoe story. This metatheatrical two-hander dissects the effects of colonialism, examining the way that British imperial policies create fateful cultural links forever. Joy and dark humor abound as the hotel owner and handyman explore who is allowed to use language and in what way.


Photo by Brittney Werner


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