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        A Raisin in the Sun Revisited: Chapter 1

        The Show Opening provides a summary overview of the program: how three potent plays, A Raisin in the SunClybourne Park and Beneatha’s Place, all advance the discussion of race in America. It alludes to how America has changed – and not changed – when it comes to this highly charged issue. Author Kwame Kwei-Armah talks about the enormity of what they are about to do and why he wrote Beneatha’s Place to add to the conversation initiated by Clybourne Park and how he identifies with Beneatha’s character from Raisin in the Sun and her intellectual fascination with the emerging African independence movement.

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