Tag Archive: Speakeasy stage company

SpeakEasy’s ‘Pass Over’: Waiting for the ‘Po-Pos’

BOSTON – On their small piece of turf, a street corner in an unnamed American city, two young black men contemplate the future – or the lack of it. Moses (Kadahj Bennett) and… Continue reading

‘Admissions’: When white doesn’t mean right

BOSTON — Two young men have their eyes on the prize: A coveted seat at Yale University, an iconic Ivy League college. One is biracial and talented; the other is white and talented.… Continue reading

‘Choir Boy’: Struggling to make boys into men

BOSTON – They sing like angels, but like all teen-age boys, sometimes the devil is in them, even when they are tenderly invoking The Lord’s name in a hymn. They are the young… Continue reading