Mule Bone: A Comedy of Negro Life is a 1930 play by American authors Langston Hughes and Zora Neale Hurston. The process of writing the play led Hughes and Hurston, who had been close friends, to sever their relationship. Mule Bone was not staged until 1991.
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... Mule Bone was produced for the first time in 1991, more than 60 years after it was written ... Reviewing Mule Bone for The New York Times, Frank Rich wrote that it was "an evening that can most kindly be described as innocuous" ... Also writing in The New York Times, David Richards said of Mule Bone that "it's just not a very good play" ...
... negotiating with the Jelliffes to produce 'Mule Bone', their two act collaboration, when the two writers "fell out" ... between the Hughes and Hurston estates, the Ethel Barrymore Theatre presented the world premiere of Mule Bone on Broadway in 1991 ... production was originally proposed, Karamu House presented MULE BONE (THE BONE OF CONTENTION) as the '96-'97 season Finale ...
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“the bone dry voices of the peepers
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