This Land Was Made Tickets
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This Land Was Made Tickets

Join the revolution at this explosive historical play that looks to the present.
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This Land Was Made Tickets

About This Land Was Made

The world premiere of Tori Sampson's This Land Was Made will go up in spring 2023. Get This Land Was Made tickets on New York Theatre Guide.

This Land Was Made is set in an Oakland bar called Miss Trish's. It's 1967, when the Black Panther Party protested incidents of police brutality and others protested against the Vietnam War draft. Within the walls of the bar, though, radical change is just talk — that is, until it isn't. This play imagines the beginnings of a revolution with keen insight and humor, and it speaks to issues and conversations around change people still have today.

Sampson is best known for her professional debut play If Pretty Hurts Ugly Must Be A Muhfucka, which premiered in 2019 and was a New York Times Critic's Pick. One of the actresses from that play, Antoinette Crowe-Legacy, also stars in This Land Was Made off Broadway.

Sampson has received the Paula Vogel Award in Playwriting from The Kennedy Center and was a finalist for other prestigious awards like the Relentless Award and Susan Smith Blackburn Prize. Two of her plays have appeared on the Kilroys List, which recognizes excellent work by non-male playwrights that has yet to be produced.

Director Taylor Reynolds won the 2023 Obie Award for her direction of Tambo & Bones and Man Cave off Broadway. She also received a Drama Desk nomination for directing Will Arbery's Plano and won the LPTW Lucille Lortel Award in 2021 for her sustained excellence in theatre. Reynolds is also a producing artistic leader of the Harlem-based Movement Theatre Company.

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Run time

2 hrs (incl. 10-minute intermission)

Start date

May 18th, 2023

End date

June 25th, 2023

Categories

Age

Recommended for ages 12+ (If you have any questions about this age recommendation, please feel free to reach out to our box office.)

29 Reviews

DOUG Rob NYC

DOUG Rob NYC

749 Reviews | 421 Followers
94
Intelligent, Must see, Great acting, Great writing, Absorbing

See it if An outstanding production with stellar acting, directing & lighting. Kudos to the playwright of a truthful & riveting account of the 60s.

Don’t see it if I have no negative comments. This is a must see.

Elisa 9119

Elisa 9119

581 Reviews | 279 Followers
83
Relevant, Great writing, Great acting, Clever, Absorbing

See it if A well-performed,directed&designed play,set in a fam owned bar in OK CA in 1967,is abt racial justice&beg of Black Panthers w focus on Huey*

Don’t see it if An intense scene on how violence triggers violence.Umay not like humor mixed w very severe matter;here humor is used as a survival strategy.

Norma

Norma

538 Reviews | 158 Followers
94
Memorable, Writing *****, Absorbing, Important, Excellent acting

See it if This new play grabbed me from the first sentence + did not let go ! It is a depiction of the real life events surrounding the Black Panthers

Don’t see it if You don’t like plays about actual events that are tragic. Don’t see it if you cannot cope with Black dialogue, often loud +sometimes vulgar!

Conservative Christian Matt

Conservative Christian Matt

44 Reviews | 4 Followers
91
I'd dare say masterful, Clever, Mystery! yay, Gripping, holds your attention, Incredible acting, flawless

See it if you want to see a great play with a mystery and some of the best performances I've seen this season in any play. I was shocked how good

Don’t see it if you are triggered (like me) with racism being thrown in your face 24/7 on and off broadway & looking to skip shows to make a point

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This Land Was Made cast and creative team

By: Tori Sampson
Director: Taylor Reynolds
Producer: Vineyard Theatre
Cast list: Antoinette Crowe-Legacy (as Sassy), Leland Fowler (as Drew), Matthew Griffin (as Troy), Sean Patrick Higgins (as Officer Heanes), Yasha Jackson (as Gail), Ezra Knight (as MR. FAR), Julian Elijah Martinez (as Huey), Curt Morlaye (as Gene), Oliver Palmer (as Officer Frey)
Design: Wilson Chin
Costumes: Dominique Fawn Hill
Lighting: Adam Honoré
Sound: Fan Zhang

Venue

108 East 15th Street (between Union Square East and Irving Place), New York, NY, USA, 10003

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