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Pudd'nhead Wilson is an engrossing tale of the ante-bellum South and an incisive indictment of racism and prejudice, adapted by Charles Smith from Mark Twain's mischievous tale of two babies - one white and free, one a slave - who are switched in their cradles and grow up with mistaken identities in pre-Civil War Missouri. Presented by The Acting Company. The evening performance on Wednesday, May 15 begins at 6:30pm.
121 Christopher St
New York, NY 10014
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