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Wed September 24, 2008
Sam Shepard's True West Staged in a Trailer
When Hamlet said, "The play's the thing," he may have been only half right. Sometimes, where the play is staged is equally interesting. Such is the case with the new production of a classic Sam Shepard play that's being performed in and around an Airstream trailer in the backyard of a house in Brookside.
By Steve Walker
Kansas City, MO – One Time Productions presents
223 West 62nd Terrace
Kansas City, MO 64113
Created by Bess Wallerstein and visual artist Johnny Naugahyde. Directed by Bess Wallerstein. Featuring Erik Johnson, Shaun Patrick Hennessy, Philip blue owl Hooser, and Marilyn Lynch.
September 25th-27th and Oct 2nd-5th, 2008 (7 Performances) "House" opens at 6:45p.m. Show begins at 7:30 pm. Suggested donation, $15.00.
From One Time Productions: "True West will be staged outdoors, in and around an airstream trailer in Brookside. Parking and seating is limited and is first come, first served. No advanced ticket sales are available. Please, do not bring chairs or coolers."
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