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TAP announces play readings, holiday shows

Readings take place Sundays in November, while one-actor 'Wonderful Life' joins December favorites

3:09 PM, Oct. 15, 2013
Amy Ensign
Amy Ensign
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Third Avenue Playhouse announced a schedule of staged play readings taking place every Sunday in November, as well as its slate of holiday shows in December.

The Stage Door Staged Readings, presented by TAP's Stage Door Theatre Company and directed by James Valcq and Robert Boles, offer a variety of works. A talk-back session with the cast and director follows each reading. All start at 2 p.m. and admission is free, although donations are appreciated.

The series opens Nov. 3 with "The Marriage of Bette and Boo," playwright Christopher Durang's Obie Award-winning black comedy about family ...

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