The Guthrie Theater presents
a Pillsbury House Theatre production of
by Tracey Scott Wilson
directed by Marion McClinton
They say you can never go home again, but African American attorney Jackson is determined to show off his success. When he returns to the mean streets of his youth with his white girlfriend and best friend, he discovers a changing neighborhood where race, sex and class are what everyone is thinking about but no one is confronting. This piercing dark comedy was universally praised as “important," “compelling” and “hilarious and tragic” during its sold-out world premiere production at Pillsbury House Theatre in 2012.
Run time: 1 hour 40 minutes. The play will be performed without an intermission.
There is no late seating or re-entry for Buzzer.
Seating in the Dowling Studio is general admission and begins 30 minutes before curtain.
This production contains adult language and themes.
||Sara A. Richardson
|Original Sound Designer
||C. Andrew Mayer
| Sound Designer
| Fight Choreography
||Heidi Batz Rogers
||Elizabeth R. MacNally
| Assistant Director
Minnesota Monthly: Backstage Banter with Hugh Kennedy and Namir Smallwood
Star Tribune: 'Buzzer' playwright Tracey Scott Wilson tries her hand at tv drama.
Star Tribune : "Love, sex and race," 2012 feature on Buzzer.
Buzzer named among the Best of 2012!Twin Cities Daily Planet
The Dowling Studio season