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November 14, 2011 at 2:13 PM

World’s worst office, 1 good play

A radical thought 10Suffering_Inc.JPGcame to the Pony World Theatre company of Seattle recently. The far-from-happy works of Anton Chekhov seem right at home in a modern office — a hive of heartbreak, loneliness and greed. Thus, the production “Suffering, Inc.” was born. (Read a review of the play here.) See it at Washington Hall through Nov. 19.

(Photo of Ricky Coates by Tanya Izadora Photography)

Comments | Topics: Anton Chekhov, Inc., Pony World Theatre

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