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Dates Aug 23 - Oct 13
Tickets Starting at $80
Company New York Theatre Workshop
By Will Power
Directed By Des McAnuff

Performance Schedule

Tue - Wed 7:00 pm
Thur - Fri 8:00 pm
Sat 3:00 pm, 8:00 pm
Sun 2:00 pm, 7:00 pm
   
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Running Time 2 hrs
Intermission Yes

Cast

Ray Fisher- Muhammad Ali
K. Todd Freeman- Stepin Fetchit
Anthony Gaskins- Brother of Islam
Nikki M. James- Sonji Clay
John Earl Jelks- Brother Rashid
Richard Masur- William Fox
Jeremy Tardy- Brother of Islam

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  • Fetch Clay, Make Man

  • New York Theatre Workshop
  • Aug 23 - Oct 13
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Fetch Clay, Make Man

“ A KNOCKOUT.
Elegantly acted, directed and designed.
A potent and satisfying wallop.”


- Joe Dziemianowicz, THE DAILY NEWS

In the days leading up to one of Cassius Clay's most anticipated fights, the heavyweight boxing champion forms an unlikely friendship with the controversial Hollywood star Stepin Fetchit.  With a rhythmic script by award-winning performer and playwright Will Power, who received rave reviews for his hip-hop productions of Flow and The Seven at NYTW, and direction by Tony Award-winner Des McAnuff (The Who's Tommy, Jersey Boys), FETCH CLAY, MAKE MAN explores the improbable bond that forms between two drastically different and influential cultural icons. One a vibrant and audacious youth, the other a resentful and almost forgotten relic – together they fight to form their public personas and shape their legacies amidst the struggle of the Civil Rights Movement of the mid-1960s. This true story is as powerful and poetic as Clay himself while also humorous and irreverent like Fetchit's signature act. Finding commonality in contradiction, FETCH CLAY examines the true meaning of strength, resilience and pride.
 

                     
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