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Laughing through our anxieties

Isadoora's black comedy takes on suddenly more relevant issues

5:29 PM, May 14, 2013
David Clowers, as Leonard, interrogates the seated possible terrorist Zamir (played by Marcel Bruyere) in a rehearsal scene from the Isadoora Theatre Company production of 'Why Torture Is Wrong, And The People Who Love Them.' Zamir's wife, Felicity (Mary Hall), and Leonard's wife, Luella (Lola DeVillers) look on.
David Clowers, as Leonard, interrogates the seated possible terrorist Zamir (played by Marcel Bruyere) in a rehearsal scene from the Isadoora Theatre Company production of 'Why Torture Is Wrong, And The People Who Love Them.' Zamir's wife, Felicity (Mary Hall), and Leonard's wife, Luella (Lola DeVillers) look on.
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Isadoora Theatre Company always has prided itself on producing plays that are sometimes edgy, sometimes topical, sometimes controversial.

Because of recent events, the Door County community theater troupe is getting all that and more with its upcoming production, "Why Torture is Wrong, and the People Who Love Them."

The zany satire by Christopher Durang, who penned other past edgy Isadoora productions in "The Actor's Nightmare" and "St. Mary Ignatius Explains It All for You," focuses on what press materials call "America's growing homeland 'insecurity.'" ...

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