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“Row After Row,” a Play About Civil War Re-enactors

Friday, February 07, 2014

Playwright Jessica Dickey talk about her play “Row After Row,” along with actors P J Sosko and Rosie Benton, who star in it. "Row After Row" is a dark comedy about hard-core Civil War re-enactors in Gettysburg, and it's playing at City Center Stage II.

Guests:

Rosie Benton, Jessica Dickey and P J Sosko

Comments [3]

Denise from Brooklyn

This is a truly fascinating play about a topic that I knew very little about beforehand. It's funny and poignant - with some great performances. I urge you to see it before it ends on February 16th!

Feb. 07 2014 04:39 PM
Larry from Brooklyn

The Mason-Dixon line is the border (drawn in colonial times) between Pennsylvania and Maryland/Delaware. It had nothing to do with the civil war although, having lived near it for a while, I agree it remains a gray zone between north and south.

Feb. 07 2014 01:17 PM
Larry from Brooklyn

The Mason-Dixon line is the border (drawn in colonial times) between Pennsylvania and Maryland/Delaware. It had nothing to do with the civil war although, having lived near it for a while, I agree it remains a gray zone between north and south.

Feb. 07 2014 01:16 PM

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