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“In this book, Adichie weaves a wonderful narrative around a young woman’s journey from Nigeria to America, and back again. We see challenges and solutions around building relationships, fitting in, immigration, and moving up the ladder from poverty. “

~ Jeanne Garbarino

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This play brings Miller-esque naturalism to actual problems: specifically, housing segregation in 1950s Chicago. Each character is finely and warmly wrought, which makes their real conflicts all the more devastating. I especially like Beneatha, the radical student who almost runs off with Obama's dad (not actually Obama's dad).


~ Caroline

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