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Ahab takes to the air in Alliance Theatre’s acrobatic adaptation of Moby Dick

Adapting the 135-chapter Moby Dick—a novel that’s equally famous for being a literary masterpiece and one of the most difficult-to-read books of all time—for the stage is an epic task on par with killing the white whale itself. But that doesn’t stop writers from trying.
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