The Best of Enemies
|October 15 - November 16, 2014|
Reserve seats today! 407-447-1700
In partnership with the Holocaust Memorial Resource & Education Center of Florida
Based on a true story about the relationship between a hate-filled leader of the KKK and an African-American civil rights activist, the unlikely pair must work together during the 1971 desegregation of Durham, NC schools. A stirring new play that exposes the poison of prejudice and the beauty of friendship.
Opening Night Party - Friday, October 17
NEW! Join us on Opening Night of each Signature Series production for a chance to mingle with members of the audience and enjoy free appetizers from Rogue Pub and dessert bites from Raphsodic Bakery. The party begins at 6:15 p.m. and is free to all ticket holders. No RSVP necessary.
Opening Night Pre-show Chat - Friday,
Join us in the Patron's Room at 6:45 p.m. for a brief, informative discussion with the director and members of the artistic team about the creative process.
Special Event Performance - October 26, 2014
This special ticketed event includes pre-show hors d'oeuvres and drinks prior to the performance. All proceeds benefit the Holocaust Memorial Resource & Education Center of Florida.
The Best of Enemies is set during a racially-tense period in the desegregation of Durham, North Carolina schools. The play includes very racist and mature language, mild violence, and adult themes. The play is best suited for ages 13 and up.
In Partnership with
through the generosity of
Valerie and Jim Shapiro