The world of young people in the U.S. today is exhilaratingly global. With that, however, comes the need for children to retain confidence in their heritage while empathizing with people who might seem very different. The protagonists of these four plays—written for the world-renowned Children’s Theatre Company of Minneapolis—strive to achieve that balance with determination, love, and humor.
Subjects: Language & Literature
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