AFTER DENMARK by David Robson

£5.00

The night after winning a prestigious award, Lyndon Sykes receives a mysterious letter suggesting he’s not quite who he thinks he is. In an attempt to find his past—which may be linked to controversial 19th century black leader Denmark Vesey—the young editor travels to the Deep South to confront questions of racism, identity, and belonging that will lead him to a clearer understanding of himself.  

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TED – White male, thirties or forties

LYNDON (LYN) – Bi-racial male, thirties

EVE – White female, twenties or thirties

MAN – Black male, fifties or sixties

CHARLOTTE – White female, fifties or sixties

CHANTE – Black female, thirties

 BARTENDER – White male, forties

 

PRODUCTION HISTORY

After Denmark was first presented at the Great Plains Theatre Conference and was produced by Yellow Taxi Productions in New Hampshire.

 

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