Lost scripts, vague details and a theater’s sudden end — this is essentially a ghost tale. Even though the African Theater grew so popular that white audiences began attending as well, Brown faced an uphill battle for the company’s entire existence. When he dared to go toe-to-toe with a nearby white theater, each presenting rival Shakespeare productions, he was harassed by police and his theater was raided. His performers were attacked. He changed the theater’s name and moved it several times, opening and closing and reopening until the financial well ran dry. When a yellow fever epidemic shot

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It’s easy to prevent being a victim of car-related thefts. Here are some steps to help prevent your contents from being stolen from your vehicle. IN PHOTOS: 9/11 remembered in Kenosha County The Knights of Columbus, law enforcement and armed forces honor guards present the colors at the United We Remember ceremony at the Pennoyer Park band shell on Saturday. Kenosha Fire Chief Chris Bigley recites the “Fireman’s Prayer” at the United We Remember ceremony at the Pennoyer Park band shell on Saturday. The Kenosha Area Pipes and Drums Association performs Saturday at the United We Remember ceremony at Pennoyer Park. Cheryl McCrary sings

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