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Lean & Hungry Theater

Lean & Hungry Theater is a non-profit educational radio drama company. Drawing primarily on the works of William Shakespeare, Lean & Hungry provides adaptations of classic dramatic works to underserved areas, in established or improvised venues (both live and electronic), for the educational benefit and cultural enrichment of students, families, seniors and other interested groups in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area and beyond.

On Sunday, June 22, Learn & Hungry Theater and WAMU 88.5 will present a live, audio adaptation of William Shakespeare's "The Comedy of Errors."


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