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Schenectady Civic Players postpone opening of ‘Marjorie Prime’

A recent rehearsal photo of "Marjorie Prime" at Schenectady Civic Playhouse. (Jenn Moak)
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A recent rehearsal photo of "Marjorie Prime" at Schenectady Civic Playhouse. (Jenn Moak)

Schenectady Civic Players announced Monday that it has postponed its production of “Marjorie Prime,” set to run from Jan. 21-30.

“We are sad to report that due to COVID-related illnesses, our January production of “Marjorie Prime” has been postponed,” said a press release issued by the theater.

“We are hoping to reschedule for mid-March as soon as logistics can be fully worked out. This will necessitate reworking the remainder of this season’s schedule. Be on the lookout for further developments.

“Ticket holders will receive additional details as soon as they become available.”

In “Marjorie Prime,” playwright Jordan Harrison explores the mysteries of human identity and the limits — if any — of what technology can replace.

The next scheduled production at Schenectady Civic is “The Cake,” set to open on March 18.

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