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The War at Home: Four play readings from American theater

Metropolitan State’s fall theater performances are free and open to the public. No tickets or reservations necessary.  Devised by Scott M. Rubsam. Produced by Theater Underground, the School of Communication, Writing and the Arts, and Metropolitan State University’s Theater Program. 495 more words


Laughing and Choking Looked the Same

In his introductory note on Marvin’s Room, playwright Scott McPherson distinguishes between death and dying: as a child, his father wrapped his car around a telephone pole—this was death.   496 more words


Marvin's Room: Across the Great (but too vast) Divide

Marvin’s Room: Across the Great (but too vast) Divide

By Ross

Marvin’s Room starts off with a nervous Bessie, played by the well-known actress, Lily Taylor fidgeting in a small doctor’s office confined in a rectangle space up close to the edge of the stage. 921 more words

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