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KC Fringe Festival
Our Author Died Today

Content Rating: Suitable for Everyone

Type of Performing Arts: Theatre

Written by <Unknown>
Directed by <Unknown>
(Rating: 4.0 | 2 Votes: Rating Closed) | List the 2 Reviews!


A philosopher's delight

Posted on Jul 21, 2013
by alanskoalas

4 out of 5

This play has two seemingly distinct, yet related,
scenes. It explores the philosophy of life, of being, of
doing, and of relationships. What is hell? Does it
occur after death or during life? If you love reading
philosophy and loved your college philosophy class, then
this play is for you!!! Throw in a lot of great acting
by actors that showed tremendous passion in the delivery
of their lines.


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