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Slave Play: A Stunning Eyeopener of a Show

Have you ever imagined what it really feels like to be a person of color in this country and how it feels like when you connect with another person with a different color of skin in a physical and sexual way? This one thought has become clear to me after seeing the provocative and stunning […]

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“She Kills Monsters” Slays QC Students

On the night of Sunday, Nov. 3, I elected to go watch a play. The performance I decided on was “She Kills Monsters,” the latest collaborative production between the QC department of Drama, Theatre and Dance and the theatre guild. When I approached the box office at Kupferberg, I saw it was empty. Taped on […]

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Queens College students put on a production of “An Octoroon” at the Goldstein Theater

“An Octoroon” is a play that makes you laugh, and really think about what it is you’re laughing at. The play, written by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, ran from October 26th to November 5th in the Queens College Goldstein Theater. The play is about a Louisiana plantation on the brink of bankruptcy, and the cast of characters […]

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