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Audiences Ponder The Meaning Of The Line
Audiences Ponder The Meaning Of The Line

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AIR DATE: November 6, 2013

We've all stood in lines but most people stand quietly and try to ignore everyone else. But if we stand long enough people strike up conversations and eventually start maneuvering for a better place in line. But what is the ritual really for? These are some of the questions raised in Israel Horovitz's comedy "Line." The Cockroach Theatre and the Nevada Conservatory Theatre are reviving the play and it will be performed at UNLV and downtown at the Cockroach's home. 

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Will Adamson, director of "Line"

Jordan Fenn, plays "Arnall"

Stefanie Resnick, plays "Molly"

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