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From London to Baltimore: An Interview With Playwright Kwame Kwei-Armah
February 10, 2010 |

KwameScreenshotSmallerRecently I got to sit down with British playwright Kwame Kwei-Armah, who in 2005 became the first black Briton to have his play, Elmina’s Kitchen, produced in the West End. Kwame is far from unfamiliar with Baltimore. In 2001, he first came to Washington, D.C.  to hear August Wilson speak.  This was a pivotal moment in Kwame’s life and one that inspired him to become a playwright. Kwame returns to Centerstage for the American premier of his play Let There Be Love, which opens officially on Wednesday, February 17th. It is directed by Jeremy B. Cohen and stars Avery Brooks.

Let There Be Love
By Kwame Kwei-Armah
February 10 through March 7, 2010

700 North Calvert Street

Baltimore, MD 21202
Box Office: 410.332.0033


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