"1776" at Playhouse on the Square

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Near the end of 1776, a thoroughly delightful show that's been uncomfortably crammed into Circuit Playhouse, John Adams sits all alone in Independence Hall, talking to himself like an American Hamlet. Once upon a time he dreamed of a new nation, conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition of equality. Now he can't comprehend why his dream has met with such ugly resistance ...

Read Chris Davis' review of 1776.

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