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REVIEW: Pittsburgh City Paper: PROGRAM NOTES

By April 19, 2017Uncategorized

“By turns hilarious and sinister, and sometimes both at once, Collaborators is an exceptionally engaging evening of theater. Playwright John Hodge’s satiric drama imagines an almost-plausible 1930s collusion between famed writer Mikhail Bulgakov and Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin.”

by Bill O’Driscoll, City Paper

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