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There are 2 comments on Wheelock Family Theatre’s Walking the Tightrope a Story of Love and Loss as Experienced by Two Generations

  1. Very interesting–I look forward to viewing a story that values the importance of the imagination. This looks like a production that the masterful and imaginative Yo-EL Cassell, a BU Faculty member, would tackle and take on and I am surprised he is not directing this one (His Gooney Bird Greene a few years ago at Wheelock is still my above and beyond all time favorite at Wheelock). Nonetheless, I am excited to see it.

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