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Dueling Critics: Ten Square

Imagine that it's some time in the not-too-distant future and Chicago is more divided than ever. A massive wall topped with barbed wire runs down Roosevelt Road. Blacks who've accepted reparations for slavery are on one side everyone else is on the other. The wall is manned by African American snipers. Anyone who tries to escape to the North Side is shot. The Dueling Critics Kelly Kleiman and Jonathan Abarbanel review Ten Square at Pegasus Players in Chicago.

On Stage:
Ten Square 
Through November 22
Pegasus Players
O'Rourke Center, Truman College

Related:
Chicago Playwright Imagines Life After Reparations

Kelly's Pick:
These Shining Lives
Through November 21
Rivendell Theatre Ensemble

Music Button: Kaskade, "Call Me Wise", from the CD It's You It's Me, (Om)

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