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Robert O'Hara; photo by Zack DeZon

Mankind


Mainstage Theater

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MON
TUE
WED
THU
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     DEC 15*
8:00 PM
DEC 16*
8:00 PM
DEC 17*
2:30 PM ●
7:30 PM
DEC 18DEC 19*
7:00 PM
DEC 20*
7:00 PM
DEC 21*
8:00 PM
DEC 22*
8:00 PM ▲
DEC 23*
2:30 PM
8:00 PM
DEC 24*
2:30 PM
DEC 25DEC 26*
7:00 PM
DEC 27*
7:00 PM ▲
DEC 28*
8:00 PM
DEC 29*
8:00 PM
DEC 30*
2:30 PM
8:00 PM
DEC 31*
2:30 PM
JAN 1
JAN 2*
7:00 PM
JAN 3*
7:00 PM
JAN 4*
8:00 PM
JAN 5*
8:00 PM
JAN 6*
2:30 PM
8:00 PM
JAN 7*
2:30 PM ▲
7:30 PM
JAN 8
Opening Night
JAN 9JAN 10
7:00 PM
JAN 11
8:00 PM
JAN 12
8:00 PM
JAN 13
2:30 PM ◼
8:00 PM
JAN 14
2:30 PM
7:30 PM
JAN 15JAN 16
7:00 PM
JAN 17
8:00 PM
JAN 18
8:00 PM
JAN 19
8:00 PM
JAN 20
2:30 PM
8:00 PM
JAN 21
2:30 PM
7:30 PM
JAN 22JAN 23
7:00 PM
JAN 24
7:00 PM
JAN 25
8:00 PM
JAN 26
8:00 PM
JAN 27
2:30 PM
8:00 PM
JAN 28
2:30 PM
7:30 PM
      
Preview
Post-Performance Discussion
Hear from members of the creative team and artistic staff after the show.
Open Caption
Audio Description

 

The show runs 2 hours and 15 minutes including 1 intermission.

Age recommendation: 15+ due to strong language

 

On Sale Dates
 Oct 24Oct 31Nov 7Nov 20
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Performance dates and times are subject to change.

Reviews

Essay

This is a Man's World

The play crackles with humor, much of it arising from the seeming absurdity of the situation itself. But if the play begins by engaging restrictions of reproductive freedom, it doesn’t stop there. It would be unfair to spoil the characteristically unhinged twists of Robert’s plot; suffice to say, the bone he has to pick with the patriarchy turns out to be much bigger and more far-reaching.

Essay

Selected Works: Robert O'Hara

Playwright and director Robert O’Hara has a reputation for writing and staging wildly imaginative work that embraces taboo and flaunts convention.
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