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Can We All Just Be Grey? 

Wednesday, Feb 11 2009
Adam Mansbach's novel Angry Black White Boy must have pissed off a lot of people at first. It features a protagonist who pretty much only hates other white people more than he hates himself for being white instead of black. That's some damn tricky material! Yet the book has been incredibly popular and well-reviewed. If it sounds difficult to read about, say, a National Day of Apology, imagine how much more difficult it would be to see it enacted live onstage – but local theater company Campo Santo has teamed up with the Hybrid Project to do just that with Angry Black White Boy. Directed by Sean San José and produced by a truly stellar team of choreographers, musicians, and writers, the show takes on the problems within problems of race in the U.S. By some miracle, it's also funny.
Jan. 29-March 8, 2009

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