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Director says ‘Soldier’s Play’ is an accurate account of Army racism

From left, Mark G. David, Arthur Butler, Barry Walston and Keyonn Everett rehearse a scene from the Classic Theater Guild’s “A Soldier’s Play, opening Friday at Proctors’ Fenimore Gallery. (photo: Julie Casper Roth)
From left, Mark G. David, Arthur Butler, Barry Walston and Keyonn Everett rehearse a scene from the Classic Theater Guild’s “A Soldier’s Play, opening Friday at Proctors’ Fenimore Gallery. (photo: Julie Casper Roth)
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Whenever Karen Christina Jones looks at the script from Charles Fuller’s 1982 Pulitzer Prize winner, “A Soldier’s Play,” she can’t help but think of her grandfather and wonder, “Just how bad was it?” “I remember when I first saw the movie I had never seen anything like it, and I was so excited to tell my grandfather all about it,” said Jones, who is directing the Classic Theater Guild production of Fuller’s play beginning Friday ...


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