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By Lynn Venhaus Managing Editor Women rule in three of the four sturdy one-act plays presented in…

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By Bradley Rohlf Contributing Writer “Run-On Sentence” is a perspective-altering piece, skillfully assembled by Slightly Askew Theatre…

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By Jeff Ritter Contributing Writer Tom Stoppard’s brilliant meta-play “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead” is difficult to…

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