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Theater Voices to read play by Eugene O’Neill

Brian Massman is Sid and Janet Hurley Kimlicko is his long-time girlfriend Lily in the Theater Voices production of Eugene O'Neill's "Ah, Wilderness!" opening Friday at the Steamer No. 10 Theatre. (JOE SCHUYLER)
Brian Massman is Sid and Janet Hurley Kimlicko is his long-time girlfriend Lily in the Theater Voices production of Eugene O'Neill's "Ah, Wilderness!" opening Friday at the Steamer No. 10 Theatre. (JOE SCHUYLER)
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For theater fans who love getting lost in the language of great literature, nothing beats a staged reading. “A lot is left to the imagination, and our audiences seem to love that,” said Carol Charniga, who is directing the Theater Voices’ production of Eugene O’Neill’s “Ah, Wilderness!” opening Friday at Steamer No. 10 Theater. “The language is what becomes very important, so we choose plays that are very limited in their physicality. Our audience becomes ...


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