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A small rural bar.

“The play is set in a rural part of Ireland, Northwest Leitrium or Sligo. Present day. Stage setting: a small rural bar.” Rehearsals start today for “The Weir” by Conor McPherson. Let the stories begin. For tickets and more information … Continue reading

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“No, see, something happened to me”

Tonight we blocked the show (as much as you can block a staged reading). Took us about two and a half/three hours, but we did it. As each character told their story and the play unfolded, I thought “this is … Continue reading

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“What’s with the Guinness?”

Great first rehearsal for “The Weir.” Keith, Lantz, Mike, Toni and I gathered for about two hours tonight and read through the script. I do love this play, and I hope you can come and see it. Performances are 8 … Continue reading

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