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A TOUCH OF THE POET at Pacific Resident Theatre


Terry Morgan – Stage Raw

Dramatically, antiheroes are more interesting to write about and portray than standard heroes because they combine the most compelling aspects of both hero and villain. Eugene O’Neill knew this well, and populated his plays with a parade of sympathetic ne’er-do-wells, from Jamie in Long Day’s Journey into Night to the entire cast of The Iceman Cometh. Read more…

Now running through December 18

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