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The K of D, an Urban Legend


Michael Rice interviews members of the team responsible for The K of D, an Urban Legend, which opens September 20, 2008 at the Magic Theatre.

One young girl embodies the entire population of her small town to spin the story of the summer that inexplicably changed her life. This quirky and touching play offers the unexpected perspective of a child on the big questions of life and death.

The K of D, an Urban Legend runs through October 19, 2008 at the Magic Theatre. For tickets and information visit magictheatre.org.

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