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Orville? Right? Wright! #ebzb #WrightsOfPassage @UnitedArtsCounc https://t.co/upJb7dEYto

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Orville? Right? Wright!#ebzb#WrightsOfPassage@UnitedArtsCouncpic.twitter.com/upJb7dEYto — EbzB Productions (@ebzb) October 26, 2018
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October 26, 2018 at 05:51PM
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The Wrights of Passage Take Flight at Leesville Elementary School on Friday. #ebzb #artseducation #wcpss #unitedarts https://t.co/4h2eefPvE7

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The Wrights of Passage Take Flight at Leesville Elementary School on Friday. #ebzb#artseducation#wcpss#unitedartspic.twitter.com/4h2eefPvE7 — EbzB Productions (@ebzb) October 25, 2018
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October 25, 2018 at 02:08PM
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The Wrights of Passage Take Flight at Leesville Elementary School on Friday. #ebzb #artseducation #wcpss #unitedarts https://t.co/N8MFemkJ2k

The Wrights of Passage Take Flight at Leesville Elementary School on Friday. #ebzb#artseducation#wcpss#unitedartspic.twitter.com/N8MFemkJ2k — EbzB Productions (@ebzb) October 25, 2018
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October 25, 2018 at 02:08PM
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Let Us Now Praise Famous Women Who Raise Us Up

The North Carolina Humanities Council’s Board of Trustees selected Dr. Margaret Donovan Bauer as the recipient of the 2018 John Tyler Caldwell Award for the Humanities, the Council’s most prestigious honor.The award recognizes Dr. Bauer for her lifelong achievements as a professor, editor, scholar, author, and supporter of literature in North Carolina. In a ceremony and reception, held on the evening of Friday, October 5, 2018 at the Friday Conference Center in Chapel Hill, Dr Bauer used her acceptance speech to praise EbzB Productions' touring play, Native.   "When you see that play [Native] advertised in your area, go see it—and bring a friend. If you don’t see it coming to your community, bring it to your community (that’s ebzb.org, for more information). This play about the collaboration between our own Paul Green, creator of The Lost Colony, and Richard Wright on adapting Wright’s Native Son for the stage in the early 1940s explores conversations we should be having, not s…

‘NATIVE’ play to address police brutality, gun violence tonight: https://t.co/gT0cTH96zz via @TEC_newspaper

‘NATIVE’ play to address police brutality, gun violence tonight...  In the heat of today’s current climate, EBZB Productions will present a play tonight which shines a light on modern-day hot topics such as police brutality, oppression and gun violence in America.The play “NATIVE,” written by playwright Ian Finley, is based off a true story about a collaboration between playwright Paul Green and novelist Richard Wright as they work to turn the 1940 novel “Native Son” into a stage play, all while debating about race relations in the time period.“Native Son,” written by Wright, tells the story of 20-year-old Bigger Thomas, an African-American youth living in utter poverty in a poor area on Chicago's South Side in the 1930s.During the process of adapting “Native Son” for the stage, Green (a white, Southern professor) and Wright (a self-educated African-American with communist sympathies) gain respect for each other as they discuss the discrimination of African-Americans during the 19…

November 3, 2018 - https://t.co/LFd6cYGms7 Native will be followed by a panel discussion on the play’s themes, and how writers today still grapple with its questions, featuring Paul Green scholar Margaret Bauer, playwright Ian Finley, NC Poet Laureate Jaki Shelton Green, & cast

November 3, 2018 - https://t.co/LFd6cYGms7 Native will be followed by a panel discussion on the play’s themes, and how writers today still grapple with its questions, featuring Paul Green scholar Margaret Bauer, playwright Ian Finley, NC Poet Laureate Jaki Shelton Green, & cast — EbzB Productions (@ebzb) October 1, 2018
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October 01, 2018 at 02:24PM
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Native: Tuesday, October 2, 7;30 p.m. Greenville, North Carolina. https://t.co/623pvLrbet https://t.co/ayY4RoQNN2

Native: Tuesday, October 2, 7;30 p.m. Greenville, North Carolina. https://t.co/623pvLrbetpic.twitter.com/ayY4RoQNN2 — EbzB Productions (@ebzb) October 1, 2018
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October 01, 2018 at 11:13AM
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