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

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"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.


Morgan Gould, director of "Straight White Men"

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


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