Yep, that's what it's about…sort of.
David Mamet's charged drama puts black-white social relations on trial.
Impossible dreams in the land of the free.
Something old, something new, something borrowed, and something black: Branden Jacobs-Jenkins puts a new twist on an old American play.
August Wilson's autobiographical solo show is in capable hands when performed by Ruben Santiago-Hudson, but the source material smells a bit musty.
But he really doesn't want to be preachy.
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