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A Fall Play Laced with a Sense of Humor

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The fall play, Arsenic and Old Lace, ran to packed crowds the weekend of November 2-4. An ensemble cast, directed by Mr. Blakley and with assistance from Mr. Pazik, delivered solid performances across the board.

A dark comedy by Joseph Kesselring, the play has a main character who has to deal with a crazy, homicidal family and the woman next door who he loves. Arsenic requires a highly exaggerated acting style, which Oak Forest Drama delivered in spades.

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