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Most Dangerous Man in America (W.E.B Du Bois) is a dramatic reflection of one of the most traumatic events in the terrible period of McCarthyism. W.E.B DuBois, a co-founder of the NAACP, a scholar and political activist, known and recognized throughout the world, was indicted in 1951 by the US federal government at the age of 82 as "an agent of a foreign power." In the play, the focus moves back and forth between the Harlem community and their opinions, the witnesses' testimony and the courtroom battles.

Read the New York Times article about this production! 

Reflections on a Most Dangerous Play by Castillo's Artistic Director, Dan Friedman

Read Ebelye Oseye's excellent review in Black Stars News

Read Sandy Kenyon's ABC-TV online piece on Art McFarland

Showtimes: Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings at 7:30 PM; Saturday and Sunday matinees at 2 PM