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now. right nowbut also 1855 but also 13th century BCE
MOSES – black, male, late teens/early 20s. a young man from the ghetto. brokenhearted. courageous. angry. sadbut also a slave driverbut also the prophesied leader of God’s chosen
KITCH – black, male, late teens/early 20s. a young man from the ghetto and moses’ best friend. jovial. loyal. kind. naïve. a lovely friend to havebut also a slavebut also one of God’s chosen
MISTER – white, male, late 20s/early 30s. a man in a light-colored suit. out of his element. earnest. wholesome. terrifiedbut also a plantation ownerbut also pharoah’s son
OSSIFER – white, male, late 20s/early 30s. an enforcer of the law. not from around here, but always aroud. pragmatic. intimidating. also terrifiedbut also a patrollerbut also a soldier in pharoah’s army
"Emotional, sobering... [a] fiercely poetic play.” – Daily Herald
"Potent and promising... the language in the work is thrilling, poetical." - Chicago Tribune
"Emotional, sobering... fiercely poetic play.” - Daily Herald
“Stunning and lyrical... should be on every theatergoer's 'must see' list." - Broadway World
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Antoinette Nwandu on Pass Over
Antoinette Nwandu is a New York-based playwright who was born and raised in Los Angeles. Her play Pass Over made its New York debut at LCT3/Lincoln Center in 2018. A filmed version of the Jeff Award-winning Steppenwolf production—directed by Spike Lee—premiered at the 2018 Sundance Film Fes ...
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