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Artwork for Primary Trust

Primary Trust

May 4–July 2, 2023

Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre Laura Pels Theatre

Primary Trust

May 4–July 2, 2023

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Meet Kenneth, a 36-year-old bookstore worker who spends his evenings sipping mai tais at the local tiki bar. When he’s suddenly laid off, Kenneth finally begins to face a world he's long avoided – with transformative and even comical results. Directed by Knud Adams, Eboni Booth’s Primary Trust is a touching and inventive world-premiere play about new beginnings, old friends, and seeing the world for the first time.

Primary Trust Cast

Kenneth
William Jackson Harper
Wally’s Waiter / Corrina / Bank Customers
April Matthis

Primary Trust Creative

Playwright
Eboni Booth
Director
Knud Adams

Cast and additional creative team members will be announced at a later date.


Major Support for Primary Trust provided by the The Laura Pels International Foundation for Theater

 

Primary Trust is a recipient of an Edgerton Foundation New Play Award.

WE GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGE
THE ROUNDABOUT LEADERS FOR NEW WORKS
  • Alec Baldwin
    James Costa and John Archibald
    Linda L. D’Onofrio
    Peggy and Mark Ellis
    Joele Frank and Larry Klurfeld
    Sylvia Golden
    Jeanne Hagerty
    Angelina Lippert
    K. Myers
    Laura Pels International Foundation for Theater
    Ira Pittelman
    Mary Solomon
    Lauren and Danny Stein
    Harold and Mimi Steinberg Charitable Trust

 

Primary Trust is also made possible by the Champions for Inclusive Theatre and Roundabout’s Forward Fund. We acknowledge the generous friends who support our many efforts to increase representation and inclusion in all aspects of theatre: Elizabeth Armstrong, Bank of America, Eugene and Joann Bissell and the Lillian Lincoln Foundation, Barbara and Peter Bye, R. Martin Chavez, Herbert W. Engert Jr. and Timothy Miller, EY, the Ford Foundation, Kenny Leon, Gina Maria Leonetti, Charles Randolph-Wright, Beryl Snyder, and Denise Littlefield Sobel. 

Presented at

Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre

Laura Pels Theatre

111 West 46th Street

(between 6th and 7th Avenues)