The corruption of political correctness: 'Race' at Haifa Theater
David Mamet takes on affirmative action and white liberalism.
“Race,” by David Mamet, staged at the Haifa Theater and directed by its artistic director Moshe Naor, is a good play. It could even be called a very good play. It looks great: The lighting by Eran Atzmon reveals to the audience a meeting room at a lawyer’s office of the sort we have become accustomed to seeing on American legal TV shows.