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3. Black Comedy

Directed by Mario Savastano, Screen Plays presents “Black Comedy.” Written by Sir Peter Shaffer, the one-act farce introduces poor artist Brindsley Miller, who is trying his best to impress his fiancé’s father, but things take an unexpected turn when his mistress shows up. Shows run from Friday May 24 through Sunday May 26 at the Multi-Use Cultural Community Center. muccc.org

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