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Heavenly Voices, Earthly Hate Mark ‘Choir Boy’: Review

In his blue blazer, khakis, striped tie and penny loafers, Pharus Jonathan Young would ordinarily fade into the classrooms of the Charles R. Drew Prep School for Boys.

Receding’s not his style. A precocious intellect, seraphic voice, already outsize ego and the unembarrassedly effeminate mannerisms announcing that he’s gay mark the title character in Tarell Alvin McCraney’s gently disturbing coming-of-age tale at the Manhattan Theatre Club. No wallflower he.