By Andrew Andrews
Now, half a century after the civil rights movement intended to settle the matters of discrimination and marginalization, Bowie has upgraded the work and rebranded it Onaje for the New York International Fringe Festival, giving us the opportunity to ask how much has changed since the sixties, and what might
“The play has been substantially improved, shortened, focused, with scene changes added and subtracted and supplemented,” Bowie explains. “Language has been edited and
The drifter, William,
The driver, Richard (Adam Couperthwaite), is the son of a former Klansman (Bristol Pomeroy) who was part of a posse, led by an ex-cop
With Tinuke Adetunji as William’s sister,
One could argue that it’s the same moral of compassion and cooperation that we read from
Only the names have been changed.
And the decade.
And the location.
And the situation.
Which makes us wonder: when will this lesson be learned?
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Andrew Andrews attended Onaje at FringeHUB in Manhattan on Tuesday, October 16, 2018 @ 12:34pm to write this review.