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Grover's Corners today at Ford's Theatre

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Thornton Wilder placed his tale of "Our Town" in Grover's Corners, N.H., an imaginary New England village where every resident was a white, middle-class Protestant. He wrote the timeless story and Pulitzer Prize winner in 1938. Seventy-five years later, the evolution of man's life from birth to death remains the same; only the characters have changed. Among the company of actors are a real-life...

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