Matthew Lopez — a gay, Episcopalian son of a Puerto Rican dad — has a new play about Jewish slave owners and slaves. He believes the story is applicable to all freedom struggles.
Kevyn Morrow and Johnny Ramey in Centerstage’s production of The Whipping Man. Photo by Richard Anderson.
Each year at Passover we gather together, crack the door a bit, and break bread of the unleavened variety. It is a celebration of freedom, of tradition, and a reminder of those ties that bind.