Stick Fly Broadway Show
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Stick Fly on Broadway
Singer/musician Alicia Keys serves as a producer on the new Broadway production of Lydia R. Diamond's play Stick Fly, directed by Kenny Leon. "I'm passionate about this play because it is so beautifully written and portrays Black America in a way that we don't often get to see in entertainment," said Alicia Keys in a statement. "I know it will touch all audiences, who will find a piece of themselves somewhere inside this house."
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In this contemporary comedy of manners, race, and class, an African-American family spends a weekend at their home in Martha's Vineyard, where adult sons -- plastic surgeon Flip and aspiring novelist Kent -- introduce their girlfriends (one black, one white) to their parents.
Kenny Leon (Direction)
David Gallo (Scenic Design)
Reggie Ray (Costume Design)
Beverly Emmons (Lighting Design)
Richard Fitzgerald/Sound Associates (Sound Design)
Alicia Keys (Producer)
Lydia R. Diamond (Playwright)
Alicia Keys (Composer)
Summary In this new comedy of manners about an African-American family gathering at their Martha's Vineyard home, adult sons Flip and aspiring novelist Kent introduce their girlfriends (one of whom is white, the other black) to their parents.
Age May be inappropriate for 12 and under. Children under the age of 4 are not permitted in the theatre.
Our Recommendation Lydia R. Diamond's Stick Fly offers a promising set-up, a slate of intriguing characters, and a few interesting twists and turns as it dramatizes a family weekend full of class conflict, sexual tension, and big revelations. However, Diamond's writing is frequently lacking, with stiff dialogue, weak jokes, and cliches that even a cast as strong as this (Ruben Santiago-Hudson, Dule Hill, Condola Rashad, Tracie Thoms, etc.) can't completely overcome.