celebrating people of color in the arts

theater: East 14th

In theater on July 20, 2008 at 1:19 pm

“It’s a situation hard to imagine — life with a father surrounded by drugs and prostitutes — but Mr. Reed, a graceful, genial performer, brings it to life, inhabiting a multitude of personalities: Jim, his strict, abusive stepfather; Tony, gay and handy with his fists in a brawl; Daryl, like his father an unrepentant manipulator of women; an array of prostitutes…”

Read the entire New York Times review here.


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