Hazel S. Edmond in Theatre in the Park’s “N,” a premiere by area playwright Adrienne Earle Pender, based on the true story of black actor Charles S. Gilpin’s battle with Eugene O’Neill to drop the N-word in “The Emperor Jones.”
Hazel S. Edmond in Theatre in the Park’s “N,” a premiere by area playwright Adrienne Earle Pender, based on the true story of black actor Charles S. Gilpin’s battle with Eugene O’Neill to drop the N-word in “The Emperor Jones.” Stephen J. Larson
Hazel S. Edmond in Theatre in the Park’s “N,” a premiere by area playwright Adrienne Earle Pender, based on the true story of black actor Charles S. Gilpin’s battle with Eugene O’Neill to drop the N-word in “The Emperor Jones.” Stephen J. Larson

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