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Making the Impossible Possible: Rorschach Theatre

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In action playwright Qui Ngyuen's ode to Shakespeare's leading ladies and the undead. Zombie Guildenstern attempts to take a bite out of Horatio.
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In action playwright Qui Ngyuen's ode to Shakespeare's leading ladies and the undead. Zombie Guildenstern attempts to take a bite out of Horatio.

Rorschach Theatre has spent more than a decade bringing innovative, fantastical theater to Washington, D.C. But the company has faced its share of challenges and obstacles along the way, including a period of time "in exile." Rebecca Sheir attends a rehearsal of Rorschach's upcoming production, Voices Underwater, to learn what makes this ambitious underdog group tick.

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