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From left, Haynes Thigpen, Austin Smith (on the ground), Amber Gray and Mary Wiseman. (Photo credit: Sara Krulwich/The New York Times)

From left, Haynes Thigpen, Austin Smith (on the ground), Amber Gray and Mary Wiseman. (Photo credit: Sara Krulwich/The New York Times)

Ben Brantley once again gives Soho Rep.’s production of AN OCTOROON (now playing at Theatre For A New Audience) an extraordinary appraisal.

Brantley writes that “in its current incarnation, AN OCTOROON feels even richer and more resonant than it did before, both funnier and more profoundly tragic. Strange as it seems, a work based on a terminally dated play from more than 150 years ago may turn out to be this decade’s most eloquent theatrical statement on race in America today.”

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