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'Neighbors' Keep Doors Open a Little Longer

Masks The Public Theatre will keep the production of “Neighbors” running for an additional week, the artistic leaders from the theater told the New York Times. Critics will also be permitted to attend performances. Until now, playwright Branden Jacobs-Jenkins had dubbed the work incomplete and prohibited outside critique. The play examines issues of race, family, and identity. Ticket prices will be raised for the March 7-14 showings to generate extra revenue.

Read the story at the New York Times.

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