Hot-ticket New York–based playwright Christina Anderson has evidently done her homework on our state’s troubling racial history: echoes of the Vanport flood ring clearly in the plot of her Portland Playhouse–commissioned work about an Oregon town that is destroyed by a fire, then rebuilt without its black residents.
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