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A fascinating story about how hope can prevail in the face of racism and abuse comes in the form of play Surely Goodness and Mercy by writer Chisa Hutchinson. The story focuses on how people unite in tough times to triumphantly deal with tragedy.
The young protagonist Tino is bullied for being a devout Christian who does well at school and has his life changed after meeting Bernadette, the school lunch lady and classmate Deja. The play highlights how uniting in hard times can be the best way to battle them. Chisa Hutchinson created her first play, She Likes Girls which debuted in 2009 and was praised for exploring homosexuality and homophobia amongst people of color in inner city New York. She has gone on to receive numerous awards including a New York Innovative Theatre Award, a Paul Green Award, and a GLAAD Award.
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