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The Truth According to Rose & Merrily Down the Stream

REBECCA JACOBSON
4:30 pm Saturday, Feb. 1, Saturday February 01 | $5 suggested
Independent Publishing Resource Center
1001 SE Division St., Suite 2
 

Playwright and recent Portland transplant D.C. Copeland presents staged readings of two one-acts. In the first, a widow (played by the ever-affecting Vana O'Brien) grapples with the death of her husband. In the other, a teenage couple is able to exchange words but not truly communicate with one another.



Where: Independent Publishing Resource Center
Phone: 827-0249
Address: 1001 SE Division St., Suite 2
Website: fertilegroundpdx.org

 
 
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