It was a cool November evening in Davidsonville, Maryland, just outside of DC. There were twelve of us surrounding a fire and three actors performing Bob Bartlett’s new play, Three Strangers Sitting Around a Backyard Firepit at Two in the Morning Listening to Bruce Springsteen’s Nebraska. Before we sat in a circle, there were furtive movements and occasional nervous conversations between audience members – six feet apart and properly masked.
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