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kayak Jordan Hall’s play Kayak is an exploration of environmental activism and social responsibility and the ways in which the ideals of saving the world and actually living in it often clash with one another dramatically. This play is being … Continue reading

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Gas Girls: Weighty Issues with a Poetic Edge

“Love for gas. Gas for Cash. Cash for livin’. Livin’ for love.” These words are spoken by a desperate young woman named Gigi in Donna-Michelle St. Bernard’s play Gas Girls produced by New Harlem Productions playing at the Theatre Passe … Continue reading

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