Charles Smith is an African-American playwright born in Chicago. Many of his plays consider political and historical themes from an African-American perspective. He is playwright-in-residence for Indiana Repertory Theatre, which commissioned his plays Les Trois Dumas and Sister Carrie, after the novel by Terre Haute, Indiana-born Theodore Dreiser.

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