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What is to be Dead? (Philosophical Scenes),

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at is to be Dead? (Philosophical Scenes), written and directed by Fred Newman, is a four-character, one-act drama. The play explores two brother-sister relationships through the parallel stories of Rivin, an underground man from late19th-century Russia and his revolutionary sister, Sprintze; and, Sam, a victim of AIDS, living in late 20th-century Harlem, with his nationalist sister, Takuma. Through his rich writing, Newman gives Sam and Rivin a way out of their despair as they come together and "come out" to live their lives more full

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