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Fells Point Corner Theatre Baltimore-izes 'Les Belles Soeurs'

March 28, 2013

In 1936, Clare Booth Luce surprised theatergoers with “The Women,” a snappy — and snapping — play about catty New York socialities and wannabes, performed by an all-female cast. Three decades later, Canadian playwright Michel Tremblay delivered a kind of flip side.

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