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“Laughter is the Best Medicine” Briefs and Shorts Return

Kanawha Players’ experimental short-form theater experience returns to the Charleston Ballet Building tonight at 8 p.m. with four pieces that bring to light just how funny our lives can be.

Two of the pieces are written by area playwright Jon Joy, who just recently won the 2008 David Mamet Writing Award sponsored by the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco.  Jon’s works have been seen at FestivAll and have been performed at Marshall University’s Joan C. Edwards Playhouse in Huntington.

 IF YOU GO: Thursday Night’s performance will be at the Charleston Ballet at 822 Virginia Street.  Admission is $5. The show starts at 8PM.  Shows include adult language and situations.  

1 Comment

  1. Elvis Capone

    Last time I saw these guys they recited the periodic table for three hours. Too brainy for me. Also they didn’t wear pants. Maybe that’s the “libertarian” thing to do, but in these days of heightened awareness, I don’t think any parent would want his or her child sprayed with liquid effluvia from the carelessly-flapping nozzles of an enthusiastic clown troupe. Even one droplet can kill. Word to the wise!

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