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“The Owl Answers,” by powerhouse African American writer Adrienne Kennedy, features a central figure, Clara, who’s struggling to deal with her dual heritage as the daughter of a white father and a black mother.

“The Owl Answers,” by powerhouse African American writer Adrienne Kennedy, features a central figure, Clara, who’s struggling to deal with her dual heritage as the daughter of a white father and a black mother.

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‘The Owl Answers’

Harvard student production explores identity, race, gender

October 13 - 21, students of Harvard University’s newly-formed Theater, Dance and Media concentration will perform The Owl Answers, an impactful, poetic play by powerhouse African American writer Adrienne Kennedy. The one-act experimental play features a central figure, Clara, who’s struggling to deal with her dual heritage as the daughter of a white father and a black mother.