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Tonight Kicks Off OPENING WEEKEND!

CHECK OUT WATER BY THE SPOONFUL

Get ready to log OFF and tune IN to a different kind of drama at Circle Theatre!


This Pulitzer Prize-winning play takes you on a journey through the lives of characters dealing with addiction, trauma, and the search for human connection. Don't miss the chance to experience the gripping drama of Water by the Spoonful.


 

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Alex Reynolds
Alex Reynolds
3 days ago

I feel strongly about it and love finding out more about it. If you could, as you learn more, would you mind adding more information to your blog quordle


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Alec Hart
Alec Hart
5 days ago

Addiction, pain, and the pursuit of human connection are some of the themes explored in this Pulitzer Prize–winning play. cluster rush

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This sounds like an Contexto intriguing and thought-provoking play! The themes of addiction, trauma, and the search for human connection are very relevant and can make for a powerful and emotional experience. It seems like a great opportunity to explore these important topics through the lens of theater.

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