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Review: Despite technical difficulties, play lives up to APSU standards, superb acting

As the new theater season opened in the Trahern Theater this weekend, the Theater department elected to host this semester’s performance of ‘Company’ in a new location within the Trahern building. Was this a step in a different, possibly exciting direction for APSU’s productions? As a whole, I thought ‘Company’ ...

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Letter To The Editor

> Terra Neblett I have many issues with this poorly published opinion piece. The author quoted this to be in Depression era, but the math doesn’t add up for his claim, not only is it quoted in the play “I haven’t planted corn in that field since 1935” and “I haven’t ...

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‘Buried Child’ unclear, lacks central direction

With a play titled ‘‘Buried Child,” it is understandable to expect dark and complex material. With plays such as this, however, presentation is crucial, and this is where the theater department’s latest production falls flat. I attended the showing of “Buried Child” at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 12. From ...

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