By: Plan-B Theatre Company
November 7, 2014
"There is a magic that happens when youíre seeing great, live, local theatre," Jenifer Nii said. "Thereís this thing that happens deep inside your chest and you come away wanting to live a deeper, richer life."
The local playwright lives for the creative process and is passionate, not only about keeping what many call a dying art form alive, but also using it to encourage one to one connections.
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