Why do we call a play “a play”? Why do we use the same word for a play as we do for playing the piano and children at play? So if it isn’t fun, in the broadest sense, if it isn’t engaging, there’s no point in doing it.
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Congrats on nomination of RIF as best local play. I heartily and sincerely voted for it and wish you all the best in getting it widely produced.
Thank you, Lynn! -Patricia
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