Marin Theatre Company's 'Straight White Men' Confronts Masculinity, Privilege

28 min
at 10:30 AM
"Straight White Men" is making its Bay Area premiere at Marin Theatre Company. (Photo: Marin Theatre Company)

"Straight White Men," currently playing at the Marin Theatre Company, revolves around a family gathering where the festive cheer between a widowed father and his three adult sons is broken apart by a fraught question. We'll speak with director Morgan Gould and Obie award-winning playwright Young Jean Lee about the play and explore with them its themes of toxic masculinity and privilege.

Guests:

Morgan Gould, director of "Straight White Men"

Young Jean Lee, writer, director, and filmmaker; playwright for "Straight White Men"

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