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Sunset Baby shows the personal price for political strife


A daughter struggles to reconnect with her estranged activist father in Dominique Morisseau’s drama.

Nina (Jazzma Pryor) and her estranged father, Kenyatta (Marc A. Rogers), a former activist in the Black Liberation Movement, face a volatile reunion following the death of her mother in Dominique Morisseau’s stunning play. He comes seeking access to valuable letters his wife wrote to him while he was incarcerated, but also to repair his relationship with Nina.…

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