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Midget in a Catsuit Reciting Spinoza 

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The latest play from The Woodstock Players, written by the prolific Carey Harrison, is set in the late 1930s and 40s and brings together Salvador Dali, Hermann Goering, the 300-year-old philosopher Baruch Spinoza, and God. High-minded Holocaust-related high jinks ensue. (Stand-up tragedian Mikhail Horowitz takes a star turn as Spinoza; Chronogram poetry editor Phillip Levine plays the man upstairs.) “Midget in a Catsuit Reciting Spinoza” will staged June 17–19 and 23–26 at the Byrdcliffe Theater in Woodstock. Show times 8pm on Friday and Saturday, 3pm on Sunday. (845) 901-2893.
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