Currently hosting 167 active events
Set in contemporary Harlem, the story of Othello and his and his first wife, Billie is told through the lives of three couples during eras of special significance in the Black American Experience, the 1860’s, 1928 and the present.
Tickets $25 per household. This show will be recorded on stage and streamed to patrons on demand March 19 - April 18
In what could be a prelude to Shakespeare’s Othello, Djanet Sears’s Harlem Duet recounts the story of Othello and his first wife, Billie (before Desdemona). Their history is told through the lives of three couples during eras of special significance in the Black American Experience.
Set in contemporary Harlem at the corner of Martin Luther King and Malcolm X Boulevards, the tale tows the line of racial identity, sexual politics, and mental illness in the black community. Sears’ script diffuses the action through three timelines: the 1860s, 1928 and the present.
It’s a weighty play, and one that leaves us with no easy answers.
Harlem Duet received Canada’s highest literary honor for dramatic writing, the Governor General’s Literary Award, in 1998. That year it also received the Floyd S. Chalmers Canadian Play Award.
Tickets $25 per household. This show will be recorded on stage and streamed to patrons on demand. Streaming is only available March 19 – April 18.
No discounts are available for this production. For questions, call the Box Office (619) 435-4856 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Presenter / Producer: Coronado Playhouse
Theater > Drama
Event Phone: 619-435-4856
1835 Strand Way
Coronado CA 92118
Performance Dates: 3/19/2021 - 4/18/2021
This show will be recorded on stage and streamed to patrons on demand March 19 – April 18.
$25 per household
Web Link for ticketing
Social Media or other Links: