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Passing is a one-woman play that has inspired audiences across the country to challenge traditional views about race in America. Based on the true story of the playwright's great-grandmother. Passing takes place in the 1940's, but emphasizes a message of love and hope that still resonates today.

Minerva Roulhac was born at the turn of the century in the segregated south. Sh
Kindle Edition, 62 pages
Published July 10th 2012 by Story Marketplace Publishing (first published July 7th 2012)
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A play about a woman who was African American but who could have passed for white. Interesting story line.
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Dara Harper is an Off-Broadway playwright, journalist, artist, novelist and award-winning filmmaker. She won the Best African American Filmmaker Award at the Brooklyn Film Festival for her short film, la Revolution. While residing in New York City, she became a member of the Harlem Writer’s Guild. Her feature film, Sweeter Without Sugar was an official selection at the African American Women In Ci ...more
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