By Oren Safdie
Directed by Sean Power
"...further evidence of Safdie’s acute awareness of the tensions and contradictions that underlie architectural culture and production, and the ability of these to yield highly theatrical—and sometimes excruciatingly uncomfortable—moments."
The Architects Newspaper
Oren Safdie, internationally celebrated playwright of contemporary architecture culture, presents his new play entitled Color Blind in a special reading for the Potemkin Theatre.
Color Blind satirizes the racial politics of a fictional jury assembled to select a winning design for the Smithsonian’s recently built National Museum of African American Museum of History and Culture in Washington DC.