Experimental, allegorical and angry, Dutchman is set on a New York City subway train, where Lula, a young white woman, strikes up a conversation with Clay, a young middle-class black man. As the play unspools, she goads him, with liberal righteousness, into releasing the anger that, as a black man, he must surely be harboring. Dutchman is an allusion to The Dutch East India Company, a leading operator of slave ships during the 17th century, whose flagship, tradition holds, was named Flying Dutchman .
|Director||Woodie King, Jr.|
|Set Designer||Chris Cumberbatch|
|Lighting Designer||Antoinette Tynes|
|Costume Designer||Carolyn Adams|
|Sound Designer||Bill Toles|
|Actor||Ryan Jillian Kilpatrick|
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