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Third Avenue Playhouse: Comedy or drama? New show is all that and more

3:20 PM, Aug. 20, 2013
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The most frequently asked question by prospective ticket buyers for any of the plays at our Stage Door Theatre Company is "What's the play about?"

It sounds like a simple question, and it is, but often doesn't have a simple answer. Is it a comedy? Is it a drama? What is it?

Some plays are easier to define than others. For example, "Greater Tuna," the play that just finished its run, could easily be described as a comedy. Our opening play of the summer season, "The Glass Menagerie," could easily be described as a drama. However, just labeling them in that way doesn't begin to describe the experience of ...

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