There’s an old theater adage that Thornton Wilder’s revered, Pulitzer-winning drama “Our Town” is performed at least once every day somewhere in the world. The play is a modest tableau of life, love and death in small town America, and since its debut in 1938, Wilder’s words have almost become gospel: Don’t mess around with it, and it won’t let you down. Interplayers Theatre, which premieres its interpretation of “Our Town” this Thursday, has made just one change to Wilder’s original text – they’ve cut out a single word: many.
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