That Part is True Gets Political & Personal
As a blizzard approaches, members of a D.C. activists' collective are planning something big. Once snowed in together, they discover that one of their dearest friends/lovers/accomplices isn't who they thought, and a great unraveling begins. That Part is True explores the ways that marginalized people -- specifically men and women of color and queer folks -- are betrayed and endangered by the institution of policing and other authoritarian political institutions against which they are organizing. D.C.'s Logan Fringe Arts Space hosts this thought-provoking play by Madeline Farrington.
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This production is recommended for audience members ages 13 and up.