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Curtain Call show is based on real events of 1920s

Sarah Wasserbach, Lydia Nightingale, Tara Burnham and  Dana Goodknight, left to right, rehearse a scene from the Curtain Call Production of “These Shining Lives.” (Kevin Gardner/For the Daily Gazette)
Sarah Wasserbach, Lydia Nightingale, Tara Burnham and Dana Goodknight, left to right, rehearse a scene from the Curtain Call Production of “These Shining Lives.” (Kevin Gardner/For the Daily Gazette)
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The 1920s was a grand decade for women. Along with earning the right to vote, many of them also began drinking, smoking and dancing — in public. And many of them began working outside the home. “It was a very interesting time for women in the workplace,” said Tara Burnham, who plays one of the four central characters in Melanie Marnich’s “These Shining Lives,” opening Friday at Curtain Call Theatre and running through March 23. ...


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