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‘Cry for Peace – Voices From the Congo,’ at La MaMa | NYTimes.com

There’s a multipage chronology of Congolese history spanning the 1200s to the present day in the program for “Cry for Peace: Voices From the Congo.” Onstage a large screen offers detailed maps and dates about the Democratic Republic of Congo and its dismal past.

Yet amid all the data about colonization, borders and conflicts, one moment late in this 80-minute documentary theater piece proves most moving.

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