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POLICE DRAMA AT RIANT INSPIRED BY INFAMOUS REAL CASE

Theater Ink by John Rowell

Writer/director Van Dirk Fisher (founder of the Black Experimental Theater) takes an infamous 1997 NYC police case as inspiration for his play Code of Silence, which begins performances August 20 at the Theatre at St. Clement’s, as a production of The Riant Theatre Company,

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