Ice Cream Man

by Willie Johnson
directed by Sarah Stites

special bonus performance!

Can't make it to our "last" show on Friday? Don't worry about it!
Ice Cream Man is a finalist for Best Short Play, so you can see us perform as part of the final round of shorts
at 2:30pm this Sunday, June 28.

Ice Cream Man is appearing as part of The Chain Theater's "Unchained Festival." Make sure to enter code "IceCream" so they know you're looking for our show!

For tickets, click the button above and select one of the performances of "Shorts Group A"--we promise that's us!


Support the play

Please help us make this production of Ice Cream Man come to life! 

All donations to Ice Cream Man will be used to offset the production costs of this play, from props and set design to artist compensation. This is an artist-funded production and we encourage all lovers of political theater, all opponents of police violence, and all friends of the artists to donate to this production! 

Check back here to see how we're doing and please spread the word! Every bit of support helps!


About ice cream man

Ice Cream Man is a nuanced, spellbinding exploration of racial violence. Inspired by the murder of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., this 25-minute play examines the fear, nostalgia, and anger at play when we confront the issue of race.


Ice Cream Man
written by Willie Johnson
directed by Sarah Stites

featuring
Peter Husovsky*
Benoit Johnson

with sound design by Nehprii Amenii
and scenic design by Eloise Corr Danch

Presented at the 2015 Unchained Festival at The Chain Theater

*appears courtesy of Actors' Equity Association

Production Assistance Grant provided by New York Theatre Workshop.