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Report From New York: American Son Is Powerful Meld of Racial Strife And Parenting

The publicity for Christopher Demos-Brown’s racially-charged play on Broadway, American Son, has focused on its inescapable resonance with the zeitgeist – a virtue championed by its star, Kerry Washington. But what Demos-Brown wrought is a fusion of the intense racial issues with the universal terror of parents struggling to prepare a teenager to graduate into an antagonistic and unforgiving world.

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Demos-Brown’s Bway Debut Gets Date, Theater and Cast Including Kerry Washington

The intensifying Black Lives Matter conversation will be fueled on Broadway this fall in the unique vision of Christopher Demos-Brown, one of Florida’s most esteemed theater professionals, in the form of his racially-explosive drama, American Son. Key details were revealed today including dates, the stage and the top-lined cast including Scandal’s Kerry Washington.

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Report From New York: The Bridges Of Madison County Is Surprisingly Lovely, Not Syrupy

Tone is the secret behind the tragically soon-to-close Broadway production of Jason Robert Brown’s lovely, heartfelt and thought-filled musical, The Bridges of Madison County. The theatrical reimagining of the raw material strikes a tone of compassion and complexity that is virtually alien to the Harlequin romance/Lifetime Movie of the Week sensibility of the novel and the film.

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