New York Couple Gets Taste of White Chocolate Off-Broadway in September

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New Yorker cartoonist and writer William Hamilton's play White Chocolate about a wealthy couple who wake up black will get its debut at The Culture Project's 45 Bleecker Street Theatre starting Sept. 16.

The work set to open Oct. 7 will be directed by David Schweizer — who recently staged Charles L. Mee's comedy Wintertime Off-Broadway.

White Chocolate centers on Brandon and Deborah Beale, a married and affluent couple living on New York City's Upper West Side who are readying themselves for the announcement of the husband's appointment as director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. However, things don't go exactly as planned as the white couple awake to find their skin color has changed.

Playwright Hamilton has written for The Atlantic Monthly, Harper's Magazine and The New York Times Sunday Magazine and Gourmet in addition to his duties at the New Yorker.

Robert Dragotta produces the work with The Culture Project — who are currently presenting the summer run of Sarah Jones' lauded solo show bridge and tunnel on their mainstage.

For more information on The Culture Project at 45 Bleecker Street, visit them on the web at

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