What’s so funny about two American minorities that have slavery, the KKK, and chicken livers in common?
That’s what you’ll find out Nov. 2 at 8 p.m. in Memorial Ballroom, Hall Campus Center, at 8 p.m. Nov. 2 with this two-actor play on the history and absurdity of prejudice and racism within the context of the American Black-Jew experience. The dialogues combine fast-paced sketches, improvisations, and multimedia.
In The Black-Jew Dialogues, according to their website, Larry Jay Tish and Ron Jones take the audience on a hysterical and poignant ride through three days they spent together in a cheap hotel room discussing their own experiences, the history of their people, and why there has been a growing rift between the two groups since the early 70s.
The program, sponsored by LC Black Student Association, LC Hillel, and the MACS office, is free and open to the public.