In Antoinette Nwandu's Pass Over, two Black men wonder if it's ever possible to reach the promised land

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Matt Slater (left) as Kitch and Dahveed Bullis as Moses developed a repartee vital to Pass Over’s storytelling.

The set of Antoinette Nwandu’s Pass Over, now entering a three-week run at Stage Left, is a nondescript street corner — a chain-link fence, a gray V of battered sidewalk, a solitary graffitied street lamp at its center. And yet for Moses and Kitch, the two homeless Black men at the center of Nwandu’s play, this tiny patch of dirt and concrete has an existential significance. It’s

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