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The Evolution of Kathleen Cahill’s Course 86B

To a theatre patron, a play is a diversion that happens over the course of an afternoon or an evening. But the amount of work invested by the playwright in crafting that experience can take months or even years. On April 11, Kathleen Cahill, resident playwright for Salt Lake Acting Company (SLAC), will debut her latest work “Course 86B in the Catalogue.” It’s a project three years in the making inspired by a trip to the desert landscape of Boulder, Utah…

Read about the evolution of this work in the April 2012 edition of 15 Bytes.

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