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Picnic (Review)

CCM students shine in reprise of '50s social drama

0 Comments · Saturday, April 24, 2010
I love seeing new works onstage, but sometimes it's great to be reminded that every era had its fine playwrights and their work should be seen more often. William Inge is such a writer, and his best work was probably 'Picnic,' a show that earned a Pulitzer Prize and became a memorable 1955 film starring William Holden and Kim Novak. The play is being very credibly staged by UC's College-Conservatory of Music in a brief run April 21-25.  

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