Mansa Ra's ...What The End Will Be Finishes Off-Broadway Run July 10 | Playbill

Off-Broadway News Mansa Ra's ...What The End Will Be Finishes Off-Broadway Run July 10

Margot Bordelon directs the Roundabout play following three generations of men coming to terms with what it means to be Black and gay.

Gerald Caesar and Ryan Jamaal Swain in ...what the end will be Joan Marcus

...what the end will be by playwright Mansa Ra completes its world premiere run July 10. The Roundabout production, taking place Off-Broadway in the Laura Pels Theater at the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre, began previews May 12 and opened June 2.

The play follows three generations of men who live together as they handle and come to terms with what it means to each of them to be Black and gay. By exploring the relationships and perspectives of fathers and sons, the play explores themes of pride, pain, and patience.

The cast includes Emerson Brooks (The Last Ship), Gerald Caesar (Tina: The Tina Turner Musical), Randy Harrison (Atomic A New Musical), Keith Randolph Smith (Jitney), Ryan Jamaal Swain (Pose), and Tiffany Villarin (Do You Feel Anger?). Margot Bordelon directs.

READ: A Black, Queer Playwright's Roundtable With Michael R. Jackson, James Ijames, Mansa Ra, and Donja R. Love

The creative team features costume designer Emilio Sosa (Trouble in Mind), lighting designer Jiyoun Chang (...for colored girls), sound designer Palmer Hefferan (The Skin of Our Teeth), and set designer Reid Thompson.

See New Production Photos for Mansa Ra's ...What The End Will Be at Roundabout Theatre

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