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In 'Bobbie Clearly,' how does a small town, and a family, move on from a murder?

The murder of a Nebraska teenager in a cornfield is at the center of "Bobbie Clearly," the dark and ambitious new play by the Chicago scribe Alex Lubischer, staged with great overall intensity and some blistering individual performances at Steep Theatre, where, as this highly respected storefront's...
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Steep Theatre announced casting for "Bobbie Clearly," a world premiere from Alex Lubischer, on Tuesday. The cast includes ensemble members Melissa Riemer, Nick Horst and Joel Reitsma, along with McKenzie Chinn, David Fisch, Roy Gonz...

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