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Meet two of the stars of Virginia Repertory Theatre's latest offering, 'The Whipping Man'

RICHMOND, Va – Actors Max Eddy and Taanu Wuya, of Virginia Repertory Theatre, visited the studio to talk about their roles in Virginia Repertory Theatre’s latest offering, ‘The Whipping Man.’ This play, set in Richond, Virginia in April of 1865, tells a story of our struggle to belong to a community, as people of Richmond, the South, and as people of faith. 73 more words

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Final Weekend for THE WHIPPING MAN at the Arkansas Rep

There are only three chances remaining to see the riveting play on stage at the Arkansas Rep – Matthew Lopez’s award winning The Whipping Man.   279 more words

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Play at Arkansas Rep focus of Mosaic Templar Lunchtime Discussion

The Mosaic Templars Cultural Center’s (MTCC) quarterly lunchtime series offers a variety of topics to educate, inspire, and entertain.

“It’s in the Bag” runs today from 11:30 to 12:30 at the MTCC. 128 more words

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Tonight at Arkansas Rep - UALR History Professor Carl Moneyhon will discuss the South at the end of the Civil War

In conjunction with the current production of The Whipping Man, UALR History Professor Dr. Carl Moneyhon will be speaking at the Arkansas Repertory Theatre this evening. 143 more words

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Riveting WHIPPING MAN at Arkansas Rep

The Arkansas Repertory Theatre production of Matthew Lopez’s The Whipping Man is a riveting production which features three men grappling with issues of faith, family, and fidelity over three days at the close of the Civil War.  629 more words

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THE WHIPPING MAN at Arkansas Rep is focus of Clinton School lunchtime conversation

The Arkansas Repertory Theatre works in partnership with the Clinton School of Public Service to participate in the UACS’s Distinguished Speaker Series, hosting educational panel discussions on various Rep productions. 194 more words

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"The Whipping Man" at the English Theatre of Hamburg.

Go and fund the new production of The English Theatre of Hamburg.

“The Whipping Man” by Matthew Lopez explores race, religion and responsibility after the abolition of slavery in 1865.

http://gofund.me/dfdncw 

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