A night of entertaining drama awaits, Easton. The Barlow Players present the one-act play "America Hurrah: Interview" on Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. Tickets cost $5 each.
The show is directed by Dianna Canova and is "hailed as the watershed play of the '60s," says vanitallie.com . The Interview is part one of a trilogy of short plays and was "the first major dramatic expression of the anti-Vietnam War movement. Catching theatre-goers by surprise, America Hurrah had a shock effect on the culture."
Barlow High's Head of School Tom McMorran invited area residents to attend this play, which he said could prove entertaining. "Having overcome delays, rescheduling, canceled rehearsals and a few other obstacles, our stalwart actors are ready to say, 'The show must go on,'" he said.
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