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An Intimate Evening with Death, Herself 

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Douglass Truth portrays Dorothy, a meatloaf phobic old waitress in his one-woman play, "An Intimate Evening With Death, Herself." In the 90-minute play, Dorothy meets Death in a bar. He woos her and the two become the best of pals. 49 days later, Death dies and Dorothy replaces him. A witty, Eddie Izzard-like black comedy told from the perspective of Dorothy, "An Intimate Evening With Death, Herself" will be on stage from August 11 to Sunday, August 14 at Lauren Clark Fine Art in Great Barrington, Ma. An additional performance is scheduled for August 24 at Woodland Pond in New Paltz.

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