A lamppost. A street corner. But also a plantation. But also a city built from slaves. Moses and Kitch wake every morning. Stuck. Hoping to escape. Hoping to move on. Hoping for a promised land. Hoping to pass over.
An epic mash up of Waiting for Godot, the Exodus and stories ripped from the daily headlines, Antoinette Nwandu’s fierce and politically charged new play exposes the experiences of young black men in a world that refuses to see them.
Artistic Director Indhu Rubasingham directs Alexander Eliot, Paapa Essiedu and Gershwyn Eustache Jnr.