“Can a Black Woman get white male privilege?” Luna Malbroux wants to find out!
Written by Luna Malbroux and directed by Rodney Earl Jackson Jr., How to Be a White Man tactfully disrupts the stability of white male privilege — a topic deeply ingrained into pop culture, politics and society at large. This production in presented by San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Company (BATCO) that strives to unite artists and audiences through live theatre reflective of the perspectives and history of the Bay Area.
We’ve got nine pairs of tickets to give away to an exclusive preview on March 22, opening night on March 23, and closing night on April 1.
Fill out the form below for a chance to win a pair of tickets and to receive weekly updates about Bay Area art and culture.
From all entries we’ll randomly select nine winners for a pair of tickets (worth $30-$140 per pair.) Deadline to enter is Monday, March 19 at 5:00pm. Winners will be notified by e-mail on Friday morning, and tickets will be held at Will Call. You must be a California resident and 18 years or older to participate. Employees of KQED are not eligible to enter. Limit one entry per person.