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Ad Libs: From Emily to Georgia

Uploaded: Sep 23, 2011
Busy Palo Alto playwright Sharmon J. Hilfinger is having her seventh full-length play produced in the Bay Area. It seems like we just wrote about "Tell It Slant," the play with music about Emily Dickinson that she penned with composer Joan McMillen. (Weekly critic Chad Jones called it "a welcome addition to the realm of Dickinson lore.") But now the pair are on to Georgia O'Keeffe with "Hanging Georgia," another play with music. ...

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