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But in its deft, joyful staging and gorgeous musicality, the production never lets go of the sense of what is being denied, namely a profound harmony and a depth of feeling, making their loss in the story all the more affecting. Moreover, the music itself (mingling traditional African songs with one by Nina Simone, as well as a raw and stirring rendition of Abel Meeropol's "Strange Fruit") reveals a consonance with histories, legacies, and unsung stories much closer to home. *

 

THE SUIT

Through May 18, $20-$120

ACT's Geary Theater

415 Geary, SF

www.act-sf.org

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