Arts & Culture
Salem State actors seamlessly execute challenging societal critique in ‘Free Man of Color’
The Salem State University Theatre Department does not mess around. Its production of “A Free Man of Color,” running through April 29 at the Sophia Gordon Center for Creative and Performing Arts, has it all. The romping satire features dramatic fight scenes, a chase montage, hip-hop dance interludes and a wardrobe Louis XVI would envy, to name only a few of its charms.