September 27, 2010 · 8:02 pm
THRILLS & GLORY: THE BRIEF, BLESSED HISTORY OF THE PRACTICAL THEATRE CO.
Part Three: A Tale of Two Spaces
To read the latest chapter in my personal history of The Practical Theatre Company, click here.
After you’ve read our ancient history, you can check out video clips of far more recent PTC-style comedy if you click here.
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