One in Two on off-Broadway Review: Claiming Space for Black Queer Men With HIV

From left to right, Edward Mawere, Leland Fowler, and Jamyl Dobsonphoto credit: Monique Carboni

Three black men are introduced in morose anonymity. As you enter the theatre, three black men sit and idle in the limbo-esque white sparsity of a waiting room. Since Playbills are withheld until the end of the show, anyone coming in blind to Donja R. Love’s One in Two, directed by Stevie Walker-Webb, will not know their names right away. But the nameless…