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ACT Theater Takes A Comical Look At Unemployment

Liz Jones
08/06/2012 at 12:00 p.m.

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ACT Theatre Takes A Comical Look At Unemployment: There's a new play on stage at ACT Theatre about the life of the unemployed called "99 Layoffs." We talk to local playwright Vincent Delaney about his comedy and the truths he hoped to reveal.


Vincent Delaney is Seattle playwright. He is the writer of "99 Layoffs" playing at ACT Theatre from now until August 25.

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