Tambo & Bones @ Kirk Douglas Theatre in Culver City – Review

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Tambo and Bones are two characters trapped in a minstrel show. It’s mad hard to feel like a real person when you’re trapped in a minstrel show. Their escape plan: get out, get bank, get even. A rags-to-riches hip-hop odyssey, “Tambo & Bones” roasts America’s racist past, wrestles America’s racist present and explodes America’s post-racial future—where what’s at stake, for those deemed less-than-human, is the fate of humanity itself. “Tambo & Bones” is the recipient of an Edgerton Foundation New Play Award.  Taken from the press release

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8.6 Overall
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May 1 – May 29, 2022

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