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"La Ronde" at the Troy Foundry Theatre

June 03, 2018 01:32 PM

It's an innovative presentation of a masterwork that can still stir controversy, more than a century after its creation -- "La Ronde"

The Troy Foundry Theatre is performing the play in the Collar City, in a production where audience members are free to roam the theatrical space at the historic Frear House on 113 Second Street.

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The Theatre's Executive Director Emily Curro, and Artistic Director David Girard, spoke to Dan about their appreciation for "La Ronde", and their inspiration for taking such a unique approach to its staging.

Remaining performances of the play are from June 7-9, each beginning at 8:00 pm. Space each night is limited to the first 50 guests.

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Muneib Chater

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