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July 2018

Tales of the City: Three Stories by Bernard Malamud

July 13
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An event every day that begins at 12:00am, repeating until July 15, 2018

Spice Studio, 482 South Main St.
Rochester, VT 05767 United States
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Called the Chekhov of American writers, the author of “The Natural” captured the passion and diversity of mid-century New York City. Master reader Ethan Bowen will bring these stories to life, with a jazzy/klezmer sound track to thrill audiences. BMT presents classics such as “Black is My Favorite Color” and “A Summer’s Reading”, stories dealing with themes of identity, race, love, and deceit in the heat of a New York City summer.

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Tales of the City: Three Stories by Bernard Malamud

July 14
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An event every day that begins at 12:00am, repeating until July 15, 2018

Spice Studio, 482 South Main St.
Rochester, VT 05767 United States
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Called the Chekhov of American writers, the author of “The Natural” captured the passion and diversity of mid-century New York City. Master reader Ethan Bowen will bring these stories to life, with a jazzy/klezmer sound track to thrill audiences. BMT presents classics such as “Black is My Favorite Color” and “A Summer’s Reading”, stories dealing with themes of identity, race, love, and deceit in the heat of a New York City summer.

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Tales of the City: Three Stories by Bernard Malamud

July 15
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An event every day that begins at 12:00am, repeating until July 15, 2018

Spice Studio, 482 South Main St.
Rochester, VT 05767 United States
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Called the Chekhov of American writers, the author of “The Natural” captured the passion and diversity of mid-century New York City. Master reader Ethan Bowen will bring these stories to life, with a jazzy/klezmer sound track to thrill audiences. BMT presents classics such as “Black is My Favorite Color” and “A Summer’s Reading”, stories dealing with themes of identity, race, love, and deceit in the heat of a New York City summer.

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