A well-tailored African-American man saunters onto the stage. He gazes at the audience, then says, "Put yourself in my place." Sterling North, a corporation executive who is about to assume the helm of an elitist art foundation, proceeds to deliver a gorgeously written monologue about how it feels to be stopped by the police because you are a black man driving a Jaguar. The carefully chiseled sentences roll out of Ron Himes' mouth with understated acuity and... More >>>