I Never Left Home

Brustein, Robert
October 1972
New Republic;10/7/72, Vol. 167 Issue 13, p23
Entertainment Review
Reviews the play "The George Jackson Black and White Minstrel Show," presented by the Pip Simmons Theater Group at the Oval House in Kennington.


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