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Jonathan L. Dent (pictured with Marvelyn McFarlane, left, and Kris Sidbury) stars in the Company One production of “The Good Negro.’’ Jonathan L. Dent (pictured with Marvelyn McFarlane, left, and Kris Sidbury) stars in the Company One production of “The Good Negro.’’ (Company One)
By Joel Brown
Globe Correspondent / January 15, 2010

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A lot has changed in America since the civil rights struggles depicted in Tracey Scott Wilson’s play “The Good Negro.’’ But the questions of public leadership and private morality raised by the play are more relevant now than ever, says actor Jonathan L. Dent. (Full article: 1068 words)

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