Video: ‘Where Words Once Were’ is a cross between ‘The Hunger Games’ and Shakespeare

Hear what else Director Noah Putterman, Qualia Holder-Cozart (Girl), and Vincent Bland (Orhan) of Theatre Raleigh’s next family production ‘Where Words Once Were” have to say about Finegan Kruckemeyer’s dystopian play. The show runs March 22nd through April 7th at The Kennedy Theatre in Downtown Raleigh. For more information visit:

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