A man dressed in white sits in an all white room reading a white newspaper. Without warning, four men dressed in black enter carrying cans of black paint, and brushes. Though their intent is obvious, the man in white refuses to acknowledge them. The leader of the men in black, sensing resistance, has the others wait outside while he deals with the Man in White. With this ultimate conflict as the foundation, the play progresses into a fascinating theatrical work that is visually pleasing and intellectually satisfying.
Black & White is published with It and Do.