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Upcoming: A MURDER OF CROWS by Dan Marshall

Written by Dan Marshall
Directed by Scott Ebersold


May 7th at 7pm

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Who killed Reginald Crows, the dashing renaissance man of 20th century theater, who died in the bombing of London in 1940? Eighty years after his death, a banker's box of Crows ephemera lands on the desk of Kat Davidson, a graduate student in Berkeley. The contents of that box compel Kat to scour the dusty corners of the internet where she finds herself squarely in the crosshairs of a rabid Crows preservationist. Fact bleeds into fiction in this off-beat, comic detective story

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