“To be a Negro in this country and to be relatively conscious is to be in a rage almost all the time.” ― James Baldwin
“The first thing you’ve got to do is figure out what you want. Once you figure that out, you jump in with both feet and let the devil take the hindmost.” ― Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore
FringeNYC: August 12-28, 2016
Let The Devil Take The Hindmost: Set in 1969 Washington DC, Vera, an African American math teacher and her husband Pablo, a Latino Art History Professor, attempt to make sense of a violent decade, their rocky marriage, and what the future holds for their politically active daughter.