In Burning Coal Theatre's Jude the Obscure, Part I, the song remains (too much) the same | Theater | Indy Week

In Burning Coal Theatre's Jude the Obscure, Part I, the song remains (too much) the same 

Three kinds of novels can really give you the chills. One describes a path you might easily have taken. A second depicts one you actually took, in the past. The third? It shows the road you're on. So I have no doubt…

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