Skip to main content

Hello again!
Exciting news from the theater – the Pulitzer Prize-nominated Race by David Mamet opens April 30th – May 15th. Here is an excerpt – the full press release is copied below. The Lab follows all CDC guidelines, so the seating is socially distant, and masks are still required at all times.
For additional information and resources: Media Kit – Race by David Mamet.
The case is anything but black and white. Charles Strickland is a wealthy white businessman charged with assaulting a young black woman. He says they had a relationship. She says he raped her. Lawyers Jack and Henry must decide whether or not to take his case. The simmering tensions continue to build until they threaten to engulf everyone. David Mamet turns the spotlight on what we think but can’t say, revealing dangerous truths and sparing no punches.
Artistic Director Annette Trossbach says, “Pulitzer prize-winning playwright David Mamet gives us a provocative examination of guilt and prejudice in this compelling crime drama. Director Sonya McCarter has carefully guided our actors through a legal case that is a veritable minefield of simmering racial tension.”
This show features strong adult language and mature themes.
Directed by Sonya McCarter, this show features Michael Massari as Jack, Lemec Bernard as Henry, Cantrella Canady as Susan, and Brian Linthicum as Charles Strickland.
Performance dates are:
April 30th at 8 pm.
May 1, 6, 7, 8, 13, 14, 15 at 8 pm
May 2, 9, 15 at 2 pm.
Tickets are $28 each or $10 for students with valid student IDs.  Seating is limited and sold by section for safety. For tickets, please call the box office at 239.218.0481 or online at
Thanks for your continued support of The Laboratory Theater of Florida. We could not do what we do without you!
Paula Sisk
Director of Marketing & Education
The Laboratory Theater of Florida

‹‹ Previous Post
SBA Disaster Recovery Q&A Sessions (April 19 - 23)
All Posts Next Post ››
Alliance for the Arts; The best summer ever