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Photo by Bruce Clayton Tom, courtesy of The Williams Project
“The Amen Corner,” The Williams Project, 2021?

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Cast of the first professional production of “The Amen Corner” by James Baldwin in Seattle pose for a picture. (Photo: Bruce Clayton Tom, courtesy of The Williams Project)

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Two plays from Black, queer playwrights are as relevant now as ever before

by Victor Simoes

The Williams Project, a Beacon Hill-based theater company that challenges the classic economic model of theater, prepares to open the 2022–2023 season centered around Black, queer writers with the first-ever production of James Baldwin’s The Amen Corner in Seattle.

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