Review by Kathleen Campion
White Noise at the Pubic Theater is an emotional minefield that forces an insightful confrontation with all the racial subtexts we pretend to have in hand. There’s laughter and passion and some pretty serious eye-opening. Exceptional talent – Suzan-Lori Parks wrote it, and Oskar Eustis directs, and Daveed Diggs headlines — combine for a near perfect production at the Public. If you can get a ticket get one…get ten…you’ll be a hero to your friends.
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White Noise – Written by Suzan-Lori Parks and and directed by OskarEustis.
With: Daveed Diggs (Leo), Sheriff Irving (Misha), Thomas Sadoski (Ralph), Zoe Winters (Dawn). At the Public Theater, Lafayette Street, Manhattan. Through April 24. Running time 3 hours with one intermission.