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In this wonder of a script about racism, playwright Psalmayene 24 gives his characters lines that are poetic and biting and knee-slapping funny. By DAAREL BURNETTE II
The bonding and intimacy between a Black gay man and his white stepson who share a love of vintage horror films.
Stunning, unflinching reflection on 2017 'Unite the Right' rally, counter-protests, and local and national fallout, devised from interviews with multiple witnesses.
A perceptive and funny, if sometimes meandering, account of growing up Palestinian-American in Dearborn, Michigan.
The superb acting will resonate with LGBTQ and straight audiences alike.
There's a reason August Wilson’s work has been replicated thousands of times. His plots are engrossing. His characters are relatable. His dialogue is masterful.
The conviction the actors deliver is the type that only real-life experience could bring to the stage.
Pulizer Prize winner James Ijames based the play on his time in DC neighborhoods.