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Jude Christian writes and performs this monologue about the Nanjing Massacre of 1937
The Globe marks Refugee Week with a short Sam Wanamaker Playhouse run for this monologue written and performed by rising star director Jude Christian. She descibes it as ‘a theatre essay on mixed-race families, militant pacifism, and the Rape of Nanking’ (aka the the Nanking Massacre, in which Japanese troops slaughtered hundreds of thousands of Chinese and tried to cover it up).