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Taffety Punk Theatre Company: The Car Plays

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Jason Lott rehearses a scene from "The Car Plays."
Rebecca Sheir
Jason Lott rehearses a scene from "The Car Plays."

Artist-Centered. Exciting. Affordable. That's the credo of Taffety Punk, which has been turning the D.C. theater scene on its head with an inventive, low-budget, high-creativity approach to producing plays. Rebecca Sheir visits a rehearsal of Taffety Punk's newest effort, The Car Plays, to find out what makes these artistic innovators tick.

[Music: "Old Times" by The Most Secret Method from Get Lovely]

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