Ralph Ellison's The Invisible Man, was no longer invisible at the Huntington Theatre's energetic performance last night in Boston, Massachusetts. Adapted for the stage by Oren Jacoby, the performance spoke loud and clear of the travails of the black American in the first half of the 20th Century. At one point, the white woman sitting next to Marash Girl just lowered her head into her hands in order to avoid watching, although she never did cover her ears. And speaking of white, there were very few people of color in the audience last night. They didn't have to go to the theatre to experience what their ancestors had. They know of it first hand.