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The Ashes

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From AOI International's description: "It’s hard to be a white supremacist these days. As a result of constant taunting, these Aryan Brothers decide to go undercover."
Published 2011 by All inquiries regarding rights should be addressed to Antje Oegel
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Jessica Barkl
This is a very difficult play, and surprisingly accurate. I grew up in Hayden, ID, and I used to wait on white supremacists at the restaurant Rustler's Roost, and being in their presence, and having to deal with their humanity in order to have a paycheck was very difficult. It is also something that I have never really reconciled myself to, and in this play the role is reversed. A white supremacist finds himself having to deal with a black man, who, before he knew he was black, was inspired very ...more
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