How To Win A Race War
About How To Win A Race War
Things take a darkly hilarious turn this fall, with the highly-anticipated world premiere of Ian Allen’s "How to Win a Race War". The three-part comic satire, replete with song-and-dance numbers, and clocking in at three hours plus, is a parody of white supremacist “race war” fiction, which has proliferated in the years since Timothy McVeigh named William Pierce’s The Turner Diaries as inspiration for his brutal 1995 bombing of a federal building in Oklahoma City.
Spanning more than three centuries of civilization, "How to Win a Race War" takes the audience on an epic journey from one end of the white supremacist bookcase to the other: from the fear of slave rebellions in the antebellum South, to the militant skinhead scene of 1990’s Boston, and waaaay beyond – into a liberal dystopian future packed with the sort of orchestrated chaos we are seeing from these dangerous groups today. Part satire, part exposé, and part horror show,"How to Win a Race War" is guaranteed to be an experience like no other.