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Local playwrights showcased

The Spokane Civic Theatre will showcase its co-playwrights-in- residence – Bryan Harnetiaux and Sandra Hosking – this weekend at the Firth Chew Studio Theatre.

The “Harnetiaux and Hosking Weekend” will feature a new work by each writer:

• “Holding On – Letting Go,” by Harnetiaux, a workshop reading of the final play in his trilogy exploring end-of-life issues, which began with “Vesta” and “Dusk.” Friday and Saturday, 8 p.m.

• “Detours,” by Hosking, a full-length comedy about the pressures and pitfalls of the corporate world. Toni Cummings directs. Saturday, 2 p.m.

Tickets are $5 for each performance, at the door or by calling (509) 325-2507, (800) 446-9576 or TicketsWest outlets (509-325-SEAT, 800-325-SEAT,

The Firth Chew Studio Theatre is the intimate downstairs space at the Civic, 1020 N. Howard St.

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