What Do We Do Now? is a poignant and timely play based on the book by Kevo Aregbe, tackling important themes of race and identity in a fresh and meaningful way.

An African American family in 1965 must face the challenges of living in a crime-ridden neighbourhood. Edwana and her husband Kyle are raising their children, Kylie and Eddie in a world rife with poverty and discrimination. The children must fight the challenges imposed upon them, while their parents try to raise them with limited resources.

Kevo combines a timeline of African American issues into the year 1965, using dilemmas of different decades (1940s-2020s) that this fictional family has to deal with.

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