Happy Hour

Young People's Theatre Classes

Aug 24 2018

This event is over, however we have art and photos!

Here are the instructions for Christopher Blay's relational aesthetics art experience: Drinking for Diversity Happy Hour

And here's the pour chart, illustrating the casting breakdown by ethnicity for New York City theatres.

Director Akin Babatunde and the cast of An Octoroon discussing the show. 



Artist Christopher Blay, presenting his relational aesthetics art experience: DRINKING FOR DIVERSITY


Hear from director Akin Babatundé and members of the cast of An Octoroon
- $3 Beer
- Half price Wine
- 1/2 off our Cocktail of the Show
- Free snacks!- Free Pizza from our friends at 

This Happy Hour is an introduction to our next show, the Obie-award winning satire An Octoroon, by MacArthur “Genius” Fellow, by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins.

Based on a controversial classic, this play is part period satire and part meta-theatrical middle finger - it’s a provocative and moving challenge to the racial climate of "the land of the free" in both the antebellum South and today. 

$17 Previews are Aug 30-31. The show opens Sat, Sep 1.  More Info http://stagewest.org/season/octoroon

NOTE: There is no performance after our Happy Hour. The show is still in rehearsals for one more week.