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'Mary T & Lizzy K': An unconventional sisterhood

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In the playbill for Arena Stage's most recently opened drama, "Mary T. & Lizzy K.," we are told simply that the time and place are: "19th century. A room." What happens in this room is extraordinary, both in terms of how its author and director, Tazewell Thompson, makes his characters behave and the way he envisions time. The more recognizable character is Mary Todd Lincoln. The less...

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