Three plays from the astonishingly prolific playwright Bonnie Wright explore different aspects of black relationships in America
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How Much Do We Hate Each Other, Let Us Count the Dead: Two young women at a bar approach two men. But the men are angry, and the result is tragic. Chaunice Chapman stars in this examination of relationships.
Women Gather: A woman loses her only daughter. And only then, when all the women around her come to support her, does she learn the true meaning of community.
I Can’t Love You in the Dark: Alicia Moreland-Skinner and Isis Harris star in this look at self-respect that asks “Can a relationship work when one person loves the other more than she loves herself?”
Afrikan Women’s Repertory Theater: the passion project of playwright Bonnie Wright, who’s written and produced more than 700 plays in her lifetime