The Wilma's 'Kill Move Paradise': Race and tension in the afterlife

The Wilma's 'Kill Move Paradise': Race and tension in the afterlife

The Wilma's 'Kill Move Paradise': Race and tension in the afterlife

Days afterward, the images linger: Four black men of varying hues, ages, and demeanors arrayed on Matt Saunders’ sloping white set, contorted in pain, bursting into song, trying desperately to escape their cosmic limbo. With Sisyphean fruitlessness, they scramble periodically up an unyielding mountain, only to tumble back down.

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Published at Sun, 09 Sep 2018 23:12:45 +0000

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