Close Sidebar

About Yellowman

Alma, a dark-skinned African-American woman, and her childhood friend Eugene, a light skinned African-American man, have been life-long friends — yet when their friendship turns to love, the different colors of their skin raise obstacles that become insurmountable. Are we on the inside what we appear to be on the outside? Are we ultimately victims of the biases and prejudices of our parents, our community, no matter what color our skin?

Tell Me More

Audience talk-back sessions with the artists will take place immediately following each performance.

Pre-show hosted discussion with the artists will take place beginning at 2pm before the matinee performance on Sunday, 5/3.

Read more

Run Time

2hr 30min (Inc. Intermission)

Start Date

End Date


Recommended for ages 13 and up. Contains adult language and subject material. Babes in arms and children under 4 are not permitted in the theater.

It's a play worth standing for.
Both a celebration of young love and a harrowing study of smoldering domestic violence, the play is both heartwarming and ultimately heartbreaking.
A landmark in theater history... Enthralling... Mind-altering.
New York Times

Chance Theater at Bette Aiken theater arts Center

5522 E La Palma Ave, Anaheim, CA 92807

Yellowman tickets on TodayTix

Tickets are not currently available. Set an alert and we’ll tell you when more tickets go on sale.