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Ellison's genius takes Studio Theatre stage

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When Ralph Ellison's novel "Invisible Man" appeared in 1952, it created a major stir in literary circles with its analysis of social and intellectual issues facing blacks in the early 20th century. Ellison captured the emotions of those who face racism, poverty, bigotry and mistrust. Now the Studio Theatre is producing the first authorized stage version of "Invisible Man," adapted by Oren...

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