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Review: Still (Interrobang Theatre Project)

Interrobang Theatre Project's Still, by Jen Silverman, deftly explores the phenomenon of the stillborn child with a distinctive twist - it is told from the perspective of the child himself. The dialogue and action build nicely to a powerful climax and a simply beautiful final scene. Recommended. (read Lauren Whalen's entire review....)
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