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Reading of “Cucumber Sandwiches” by Leigh Curran

Reading of “Cucumber Sandwiches” by Leigh Curran

There will be a reading of “Cucumber Sandwiches” by Leigh Curran on Tuesday, May 14, 2024 at 7 p.m., with Mimi Lieber and Leigh Curran, directed by Elaine Vaan Hogue, with stage directions read by Frances Roth. It will be at St. James Place, 352 Main St., Great Barrington, Mass, as a part of the Great Barrington Public Theatre’s New Play Festival.

Experience the first public reading of a comedy-drama about a life-long friendship between two well-heeled women that goes awry when deeply held secrets come to life. Make a reservation by emailing Tristan at Tristan.greatbarringtonpublic@gmail.com

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