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Photograph: Courtesy of Steppenwolf Theatre

Time Out says

Eve Ewing's incisive poetry collection 1919—which considers the killing of Black teenager Eugene Williams and ensuing riots in 1919, and how the aftereffects shaped the city's history—comes to life onstage in this new adaptation by Steppenwolf for Young Adults. 


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