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"Our Town" a play by Thornton Wilder
"Our Town" High School play Fri & Sat. Estes Park is an "Arts Community", show your support by attending! Rules of Conduct.
Cappies reviews: Our Town
Considered one of the great classics of American theatre, Thornton Wilder's three-act play examines the customs and habits of everyday life in the small town of Grover's Corners, N.H.
Theater: Thornton Wilder and the Hyde Park Connection
What fewer people realize is that the idea for the play “germinated” in Hyde Park. At least that's the story according to Tappan Wilder, the playwright's nephew and literary executor of his estate.
I can't play crazy
Sabrina in Thornton Wilder's The Skin of Our Teeth. Wilder collapses time and combines eras to show our indomitable spirit.
CNY Playhouse captures captures freshness and power of 'Our Town' (Review)
Sooner or later, almost every American theater group -- community, professional or academic -- does a production of Thornton Wilder's play "Our Town," and every time I see it I am surprised at its freshness and power. The Central New York Playhouse ...

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