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The Coleman Family's Omission

REBECCA JACOBSON
7:30 pm Wednesday, March 27., Wednesday March 27 | $10 suggested.
Portland Playhouse
602 NE Prescott St.
 
Boom Arts presents a staged reading of Argentine playwright Claudio Tolcachir’s award-winning dark comedy,  which explores the dysfunction and chaos in a three-generation household in Buenos Aires.

Where: Portland Playhouse
Phone: 488-5822
Address: 602 NE Prescott St.
Website: http://boom-arts.blogspot.com/

 
 
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