Armie Hammer, Kate Bornstein, Josh Charles, and more star in Young Jean Lee's examination of privilege and identity in America.
Second Stage Theater celebrates the opening night of the Broadway premiere of Young Jean Lee's Straight White Men July 23. The production, now in performances at the Hayes Theater, is an exploration of privilege, identity, and American values.
In Straight White Men, Ed and his three adult sons who come together to celebrate Christmas over board games and takeout.
Tony winner Anna D. Shapiro directs a cast made up of Armie Hammer, Kate Bornstein, Paul Schneider, Josh Charles, and Ty Defoe, all making their Broadway debuts, as well as Stephen Payne, who plays Ed.
Straight White Men began previews June 30. Read reviews for the Broadway production below.