Pass Over Tickets
Antoinette Nwandu’s acclaimed play about the experiences of young black men opens on Broadway. With critics likening it to a modern Waiting for Godot, catch this lyrical story about young men looking for a way out at the August Wilson Theatre.
A powerful, provocative Broadway premierAntoinette Nwandu’s acclaimed play Pass Over makes its Broadway debut, following the experiences of two young, black, homeless men in modern day America.
In a surreal cityscape that may be New York, Chicago or somewhere entirely different, Moses and Kitch spend their time shooting the breeze and hoping for tomorrow to be different. When a stranger arrives, their conversations and dreams are disrupted.
Inspired by Waiting for Godot, Exodus and the daily realities of racism in America, Pass Over is a surreal, political and darkly humorous play that places the experiences of young black men center stage.
Jon Michael Hill (CBS’ Elementary) and Namir Smallwood (American Rust) star as Moses and Kitch, with Gabriel Ebert (Matilda the Musical) as Mister/Ossifer.
Danya Taymor directs, having previously led the production as part of Steppenwolf Theatre Company’s 2017 season.
Book Pass Over play tickets to celebrate Broadway’s long-awaited re-opening, and experience a powerful and unflinching new theatrical voice.