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144 Star Starred
1201 North Royal Street Alexandria, VA 22314
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Great French restaurant next door - the Bastille.
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The weather was misty. I wore casual clothes.
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4.5 average rating
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67 reviews
22 stars
attended Jun 02 2013

Not as good as the publicity would lead one to believe - there's little mystery here. It's entertaining enough, but not up to Metro Stage's usual caliber. We were disappointed.

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25 reviews
16 stars
attended Jun 01 2013

Talented cast in a play with some real panache, intrigue, and humor

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18 reviews
33 stars
attended Apr 28 2013

Entertaining but more of a monologe than a play. Still worthwhile at the Goldstar price but not up to the usual MetroStage standard.

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*By Michael Hollinger 

Directed by John Vreeke

Novelist Franklin Woolsey dies mid-sentence, but his typist continues to take dictation, causing great consternation from his wife, his publisher and the general public. Where are these words coming from?

A drama about the writing process, creativity and love — with a little punctuation thrown in for good measure. 

Featuring Susan Lynskey, Helen Hedman and Paul Morella.

About the Ticket Supplier: MetroStage

MetroStage is the oldest professional theatre in Northern Virginia. Located in the north end of Old Town Alexandria, it is an award-winning theatre recognized for its musicals and plays. MetroStage presents original, challenging, and innovative work: work that is unpredictable and nontraditional, work that tells a compelling story and showcases remarkable talent. The 130 seat theatre presents opportunities for both the actors and the audience to experience theatre in an intimate, communal setting. MetroStage also works with playwrights and composers and is recognized for its role in the development of new plays and musicals for the stage.