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Broadway show to be held for “black-identifying” audiences only – and they’ve figured out how to make it legal

Broadway has announced that only whites will be allowed to attend Chicago in a special series of “white only” performances next month. The announcement sparked a great deal of controversy…oh, never mind.

What in fact did happen is that producers of a “critically acclaimed” Broadway show Slave Pay announced they would hold performances for a limited engagement in November for “Black identifying” people only, Breitbart News tells us.

Yes, this is 2021 and it may as well be 1963 since we have apparently rewound the time machine back to when everything was about race. Dr. King must be rolling in his grave.

According to Breitbart, the show was nominated for 12 Tony Awards however garnered none during the clearly racist awards ceremony that took place last week.

The show, written by Jeremy O. Harris travels through time while telling the story of interracial relationship during our country’s history, while using slavery in order to “explore racism, microaggressions, and other contemporary ideas,” Breitbart said.

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