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Active Cultures Artistic Director Mary Resing, playwright Steve Spotswood and Director Tom Prewitt.
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Active Cultures Artistic Director Mary Resing, playwright Steve Spotswood and Director Tom Prewitt.

Active Cultures Theatre Company's newest endeavor is a play about a play. "The Resurrectionist King" takes us back to the 1880s, as the most famous grave robber in D.C. history prepares to put on a one-man show. Rebecca Sheir visits a rehearsal to learn more about this legendary character, and the theater company that's bringing him to life.

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