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March 04, 2014

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Marie Is Played by Sara Hymes not "Hynes" Thanks

e fatto, grazie.

I found this an astounding early 20th century play. The actors are really great, the story itself was very moving and I felt empathy with the characters as created by the actors. Even the make-believe sequence of discussion in heaven and what happened from it was moving, as was the return to earth and the events there, equally moving. A must-see!

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