Janice seeks meaning away from her parents’ swimming pool desegregation activism in a play taking us on a journey through the decades, from 1930s Jim Crow laws to Rodney King, and establishes Tony-winning Christina Anderson as “a playwright to pay attention to” (Variety).
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