Downtown Dialogues: EUREKA DAY
EUREKA DAY by Jonathan Spector
Directed by January LaVoy
“One of the funniest plays to open this year” – The New York Times
At Eureka Day Charter School in Berkeley, all decisions are made by consensus and diversity of opinion is valued. But when a mumps outbreak hits the school, the board of parent-directors find themselves confronting one of the central questions of our time: how do you find consensus when you can’t agree on the facts? This achingly hilarious comedy of manners shows just how thorny conversations about vaccination can be.