It’s a Life-or-Death Situation in a Comedy in Owego
| May 30, 2018
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Harry Segall’s comedy
‘Heaven Can Wait’ takes the stage performed by the Ti-Ahwaga Community Players. Director Linda Fenescey and actor Kerry Kane are on hand to talk about the prize-fighter who refuses to believe he has died. It turns out that it was just a clerical error, but putting things right proves difficult…and hilarious.
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