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Weekend Watch: 'A Killing in Choctaw'

'A Killing in Choctaw' Tonight Carl Raye's show, "A Killing in Choctaw," proves that theater can be not only entertaining and educational but also therapeutic. The autobiographical one-man performance tonight in the Knutson Center Centrum at Conc...

'A Killing in Choctaw'

Tonight

Carl Raye's show, "A Killing in Choctaw," proves that theater can be not only entertaining and educational but also therapeutic. The autobiographical one-man performance tonight in the Knutson Center Centrum at Concordia College explores Raye's witness of his father's murder by a white man. The offense? The young Raye replied to the killer "yes" and "no" rather than "yes sir" and "no sir." The 1962 slaying left Raye with feelings of guilt, which he parlays into humor and honesty during the show, leading ultimately to redemption. The performance is free and open to the public. (218) 299-3872.

For 20 years John Lamb has covered art, entertainment and lifestyle stories in the area for The Forum.
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