Review On Black When I Was A Boy


karin mcneill

Audience


Cooper's show is whole-hearted, introspectively jaw-dropping, and hopeful. He gives a view into the dynamics of racism through his growth from a tender youth to an energetic and compassionate young man. He explains how he innately developed interpersonal tools to reach through walls of stereotype to draw into focus the eyes, ears, and hearts of those who are bound behind those walls. Truely sweet and heart-wrenching.