Those of you who saw or heard about Nilaja Sun's one-woman play, 'No Child,' will be happy to hear that the play has been licensed in eight places around the country for productions during upcoming year. After two years and 600 performances at various places around the country, Sun has licensed the production to be done by other actors.
Bid you see it? What did you think? Based on her own experiences as a visiting artist in the schools, the much-admired play is about a drama teacher and her students at a rough school in the Bronx.
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