Eleanor Sully interviews Leslie Perry, Black playwright and director, about his commitment to changing the order of things - not only in the theatre; but as Mr. Perry indicates, since theatre is his thing, he's trying to make it "a relevant theatre of NOW." Perry discusses his production of "The Mock Trial Of Huey Newton" in Berkeley, and certain reactions to it.
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