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Weekend Planner: Sportaculture 2010

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The acting troupe Active Cultures is staging 'Sportaculture 2010' this weekend. It's a series of plays all based on local sports - from high school swimmers to fencing, horse racing and a piece about the 'number one' baseball fan.

The shows take place Friday, April 23rd and Sunday, April 25th at the Riverdale Park Town Center in Maryland - just off Route 1 between Hyattsville and College Park.

Stephanie Kaye spoke with Mary Resing, the artistic director of Active Cultures Theater, during rehearsals in College Park...

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