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Burning Coal Theatre's The Heretic offers a good intellectual workout 

Ever since his first production of Pentecost, David Edgar's suspenseful meditation on art, terror and the politics of exile in 1990s Eastern Europe, it's been clear that Burning Coal's artistic director, Jerome Davis, relishes intellectually intimidating scripts about big ideas. He followed…

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The actor credits for that photo were given to us by Deep Dish. After I verify with them that it …

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