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Iris Rainer Dart has adapted her 1985 novel for the stage.
And where better to do it but in the epicenter of American politics — Washington, D.C.'s Arena Stage.
A first look at Gypsy, now entertaining audiences at the Arlington theater.
Brecht's classic anti-war play will receive an avant-garde, musicalized production at the D.C. theater.
The Virginia theater will close the celebration of its silver anniversary with a musical political send-up.
Creatives from the D.C. theater will write original plays, inspired by four Indian cities.
The production will run at the D.C. theater through January 5, 2014.
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