The Golden Age of Hollywood. Behind closed doors, aspiring actor Sidney Poitier is offered a lucrative contract that could make him a superstar. But what is he willing to do to achieve fame?
From the writer of award-winning, sold-out, For Black Boys Who Have Considered Suicide When The Hue Gets Too Heavy, Ryan Calais Cameron’s new play based on a true event in 1950’s Hollywood explores the reality of a Black actor’s journey to become one of the world’s most influential voices.
Directed by Kiln Associate Director Amit Sharma (The Boy with Two Hearts), this explosive world premiere explores a moment in a career which paved ways and changed minds and perceptions, cementing the legacy of a Hollywood icon.
Audio Described Performances: All performances Touch Tour: Thu 18 May, 6pm Captioned Performances: Thu 11 May 7.30pm; Fri 12 May 7.30pm; Sat 13 May, 2.30pm & 7.30pm Relaxed Performance: Sat 20 May, 2.30pm
All performances of Retrograde will be audio described. If you require a headset please contact Kiln Theatre at 020 7328 1000 to reserve one prior to your visit. The venue cannot guarantee use of headsets if you arrive without pre-booking.