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'Every Tongue Confess' at Arena Stage
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'Every Tongue Confess' at Arena Stage

Phylicia Rashad stars in 'Every Tongue Confess,' written by Marcus Gardley and playing at the Arena Stage theater. (Thom Wolf for Arena Stage)

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'Every tongue confess' at Arena Stage: A newborn play with room to grow
Article | Conceived as a hall for the birthing of new plays, Arena Stage's newest space, the Kogod Cradle, warmly embraces that essential function with its inaugural presentation: the world premiere of Marcus Gardley's folkloric exploration of hate crimes in the American South, "every tongue confess."

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