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Friday, Oct. 18: "Southbridge" play reading

Broadway Center Rehearsal Studio II

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When's the last time someone read you a story? If it's been a while, check out the Broadway Center's Free For All featuring the play reading of Southbridge, written by playwright Reginald Edmund. Actors will transport you to Southbridge where a young woman has been brutally killed and an angry mob is at the jailhouse door demanding the sheriff lynch the accused murderer. The only way to untangle the truth is for the accused, a young man called "Stranger" to relive the events that led him to the hangman's tree in Athens, Ohio, in the year 1881. Afterward, the director of Southbridge, C. Rosalind Bell, and Bryan Willis, playwright in residence at Northwest Playwrights Alliance, will host a Q & A.

SOUTHBRIDGE READING, 7:30 P.M., Broadway Center Rehearsal Studio II, 901 Broadway, Tacoma, free with registration, 253.591.5894

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