Politically Persecuted Artist/Activist Paul Robeson: Songs & Stories of the Iconic Singer/Actor
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The last date listed for The Tallest Tree in the Forest was Wednesday January 29, 2014 / Noon.
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Daniel Beaty is a force to be reckoned with...writer, actor and singer. I have enjoyed his work since I first saw his other one-man show "Emergence-See!". Not only did I love his flawless character transitions in this play, but I also learned a little more about an intriguing American figure.
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I was really disappointed in the didactic and wooden script. Paul Robeson had such an interesting, dramatic life, but it felt like an after-school special, not a true drama. On the other hand, Daniel Beatty has a beautiful singing voice, and he...continued
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By Daniel Beaty
Directed by Moisés Kaufman
Each ticket includes one drink (wine or beer worth $12).
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