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One actress, one troubled school full of characters

Nilaja Sun Writer and actress Nilaja Sun based her one-woman show, "No Child...," on her experiences as a "teaching artist" in New York's public schools. (Tasos Katopodis / Getty Images for the Boston Globe)
By Megan Tench
Globe Staff / November 18, 2007

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Sitting in an apartment in Chicago last week, writer and actor Nilaja Sun was indulging in the silence of what she called her "creative monastery." The native New Yorker's voice was raspy and growing hoarse. Her wisp of a body felt a bit achy, she said. In just a few hours Sun, 33, was set to hit the stage for ... (Full article: 1423 words)

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