No Place to Be Somebody

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WHAT IS IT ABOUT?

No Place To Be Somebody examines the human struggle to find our individual identities through the rough and destructive events that occur. The story centers on the goings on in a bar filled with a rainbow of colorful figures whose ambitions are dashed in a cold, racially strained world. Premiering at New York's Public Theatre in 1969, No Place To Be Somebody opened at Broadway's Morosco Theatre in September 1971 and was the first Off-Broadway play to be awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Drama.

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