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‘The Niceties’ thrills as it unpacks race in America

KIMMY GORDON, LEFT, and Karen Lefkoe rehearse a scene from “The Niceties,” which will take the Town Hall Theater Stage starting April 28. PHOTO / DAVID DEVINE

Middlebury Acting Company kicks off its 2022 season with “The Niceties” by Eleanor Burgess, a complex and compelling depiction of racial and generational divides that speaks directly to our polarized, post-truth era, as it asks who gets to tell the story of America, and how.

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