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Play Explores Conflict in African-American Community

courtesy of the Unicorn Theatre

The Unicorn Theatre is the site of a new play by Thomas Gibbons, A House With No Walls, that examines the political in-fighting between ultra-conservative African-Americans and those on the far-left end of the spectrum. By Steve Walker


Kansas City, MO – In addition to Kansas City, the play has also been performed in 4 other cities, as part of what's called a "rolling world premiere." KCUR's Steve Walker reports. Unicorn Theatre's production of A House With No Walls, January 18 - February 10, 2008, by Thomas Gibbons is directed by Mark Robbins. The cast features Danny Cox as Salif Camara and Jacob Easton, Lynn King as Cadence Lance, Matthew Rapport as Allen Rosen and Tobias Humphries, Michael Linsley Rapport as Park Ranger, Steven Gardner as "George Washington", Teisha M. Bankston as Oney Judge, and Jaqwan Sirls as Austin Judge.

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