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Review: We’re Gonna Be Okay (American Theater Co.)

We’re Gonna Be Okay, written by playwright Basil Kreimendahl, explores America's fear and paranoia of nuclear war in the early 1960's through the eyes of two neighboring families who decide to take a big step toward a future they perceive as uncertain. Will Davis’ stellar direction, nontraditional casting spearheaded by The Chicago Inclusion Project, and innovative production values make the overall experience enjoyable.
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