King O’ The Moon by Tom Dudzick

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Circle Theatre

Run: June 15 – July 15

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King O’ The Moon is beginning its run June 15 at the Circle Theatre on West 4th Street. The play will run until July 15 with performances on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

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The play follows a family’s relationship during the 60s and is part of a trilogy written by Tom Dudzick. According to the website, the audience does not need to have seen the previous work in order to understand and enjoy this play.

According to the Circle Theater’s website, the play will be directed by Harry Parker, Chair of the Department of Theatre at Texas Christian University.

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