Greg Keller's play Dutch Masters will receive its New York premiere at The Wild Project this spring with direction by Moonlight and Jitney star André Holland. Performances will run April 4–28.
Set in New York City in the summer of 1992, Dutch Masters sees two kids—one black and one white—meet in a chance encounter on a D train. Over the course of one afternoon, fear, guilt, longing, and a cigar filled with weed allow one kid to take the other to a place neither could have anticipated.
The production will star Ian Duff (Homeland, Up North) and Jake Horowitz (Julie Taymor’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, David Cromer’s Our Town).
Keller is an actor and playwright. His plays have been performed at Cherry Lane Theatre, Williamstown Theater Festival, Labyrinth Theater Company, and Berkshire Theater Festival.
Dutch Masters is produced by Partial Comfort Productions. The production will feature sets by Jason Simms, costumes by Ntokozo Kunene, lighting by Xavier Pierce, sound by Daniel Kluger, casting by Judy Bowman, and stage management by Ingrid Pierson and Arielle Goldstein.
Tickets are available by visiting PartialComfort.org.