Thurs., Nov. 17: The Brother/Sister Plays

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The Brother/Sister Plays

Playwright Tarell Alvin McCraney‘s trilogy, "The Brother/Sister Plays", tracks an African American community over decades in a Louisiana bayou. The trilogy has made it’s Boston premier by way of the theatre company, Company One, and is playing through Dec. 3 at the Boston Center for the Arts. Joining us to talk through this work are Kim McLarin, assistant professor of writing, literature and publishing at Emerson College; and Dr. Michael Angelo Rodriguez, a lecturer in the College of Arts and Sciences writing program at Boston University.

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