I AND YOU sounds its “barbaric yawp” at Manbites Dog

Barbaric yawp: Natalie Izlar and Gerald Jones III in I AND YOU, at Manbites Dog Theater. Photo: Alan Dehmer.

Barbaric yawp: Natalie Izlar and Gerald Jones III in I AND YOU, at Manbites Dog Theater.
Photo: Alan Dehmer.

Now playing at Manbites Dog Theater, Lauren Gunderson’s 2013 prize-winning I AND YOU, featuring two students from the Durham School of the Arts playing high school students working on a presentation about Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass. I’ll be going back to see this again. I have the feeling it will be just as captivating and emotional, if different, even after learning the twist. Here’s my CVNC review, published Dec. 6. The show runs through Dec. 20 in darling downtown Durham, where the streets run with art and activists.

She totally gets it: Natalie Izlar and Gerald Jones III in I AND YOU, through Dec. 20 at Manbites Dog Theater. Photo: Alan Dehmer.

She totally gets it: Natalie Izlar and Gerald Jones III in I AND YOU, through Dec. 20 at Manbites Dog.
Photo: Alan Dehmer.

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