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Topic - Pearl
Coming-of-age novels can be simultaneously enticing and boringly ho-hum. They entice because most readers already have come of age and can be charmed by reliving or reviewing the experience.
David Davalos' play "Wittenberg," an unusual, tongue-in-cheek parody of classical theater, revives a trio of iconic literary and historical figures one would not expect to find at the center of a comedy.
"Seeing those photos" convinced her "that kind of evil exists in this world," she said, referring to large photos of babies shown with holes in the backs of their necks.