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Oct 16, 2008

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Seymour Hardy Floyd

It may have already been advertised as a post-Converge event, but for those who don't have other plans, seriously consider seeing "A Soldier's Play" at N.C. A & T State University's Paul Robeson Theatre at 8:00 PM Friday or Saturday evening. I remembered hating and pitying Sgt. Vernon C. Waters, the character so vividly brought to life by Adolph Caesar in the 1984 movie version (titled "A Soldier's Story"). In A & T's production, Marcus Zollicofer captured the intensity and ugliness of that character at least as well, if not even better. The entire cast and crew deserve the highest praise for their outstanding work on this production. If you're able to attend, I can guarantee you an intense, provocative, very rewarding experience.

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