“Ms. Drury’s dazzling play appears at first to be a family comedy, but subverts expectations with a head-spinning shift in content and form that forces theatergoers to think in new ways about race and the white gaze. Ms. Drury, 37, said she was trying “to communicate to white people what it’s like walking around in a body of color and having people judge you.” The play, which debuted last year at Soho Rep, will return in June at Theater for a New Audience.”
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Posted on May 23, 2019 at 11:36 am
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