A break beat play by Idris Goodwin
“The message of how a love for music can transcend racial, economic and gender barriers is an instant crowd-pleaser.” – American Theatre Magazine
Frontman Pinnacle and his hype man Verb have been making Hip-Hop together since they were kids. With unrivaled beatmaker Peep One in the mix, the group is finally on the verge of making it big—until an incident of community violence shakes the trio to its core, forcing them to navigate issues of friendship, race, and privilege.
The latest from break beat poet and playwright Idris Goodwin (HOW WE GOT ON), HYPE MAN asks us: whose responsibility is it to speak up in the face of social injustice?
February 28th – 3rd, March 7th – 10th
Thursdays – Saturdays 8pm
Feb 28th performance followed by opening night reception
Tickets: $15 online / $18 at the door
Recommended age 16+
Box office opens 30 minutes before curtain
No late seating
2420 Midtown Place NE Suite D 87107
Directions: SW area of the intersection at Montano and I-25. Access Midtown Rd from Alexander Blvd OR Southbound Pan American / 1-25 frontage road. Turn Northeast onto Midtown Pl, proceed through end of cul-de-sac to last parking lot and building 2420. Suite D is the fourth door from the Northeast end.