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'Edith Can Shoot' Centers On Precocious Young Girl

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Edith is a protective 12-year-old who carries around a giant stuffed frog and a rifle. She and her 16-year-old brother Kenny are latchkey kids, growing up in rural America. They are characters in the play Edith Can Shoot Things And Hit Them, by Filipino-American Rey Pamatmat. They play was just named as a finalist for the American Theater Critics Association's Steinberg Award for New Plays.
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