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Topic - Thornton Wilder
Spokeswoman Kathy Gerrity says it's unclear what caused the explosion Monday afternoon at New Hampshire Ball Bearings Inc. in Peterborough.
Opening Friday at Ford's Theatre, the 75th anniversary production of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play "Our Town" is a modern version of the timeless tale of life in America.
Once a staple of required high school reading -- and performance -- in the United States, the works of Thornton Wilder have faded from view. But in the middle decades of the 20th century, he was indubitably one of the most popular and esteemed writers.
He was a refined gypsy, wandering the world, writing he said for and about 'Everybody.'