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Morning's at Seven, People's Light

Review: ‘Morning’s at Seven’ at People’s Light

Morning’s at Seven fits the definition of “quaint.” With its elderly characters and its winsome setting – a Midwestern town in the 1930s, where everybody knows each other’s problems a little too well – Paul Osborn’s genial 1939 comedy is practically a Norman Rockwell painting come to life. But look closer at those houses onstage […]

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‘Death by Design’ at Greenbelt Arts Center

The appreciative audience at the Greenbelt Arts Center tonight found themselves transported to a 1930’s English manor house, complete with dead body and amateur detective! It was their adept production of Death by Design, a whodunit that combined the murder with a great amount of laughs, making for a very amusing evening. Death by Design, written […]

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