Know Theatre Works Around COVID Restrictions to Present a Play
| February 8, 2021
We are all using technology in new ways during this pandemic.
Know Theatre is presenting Robert Patrick’s “One Person: A Monologue”. Tim Gleason joins us to talk about this ingenious play about two people, the technology involved, and the fascinating life story of the author.
Photo credit: Know Theatre
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