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Humor and blues at Arena Stage

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Cheryl L. West's "Pullman Porter Blues" is a co-production of Arena Stage and Seattle Repertory Theatre that takes the audience back to June 1937, when people aboard the Panama Limited train, traveling from Chicago to New Orleans, are listening to the radio to hear the championship bout between Joe Louis and James Braddock. But although the outcome of the fight was symbolically important to...

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