- The Washington Times - Wednesday, October 3, 2007

When Joseph Heller penned the 1961 novel “Catch-22,” he had no clue how commonplace the expression (a military regulation he invented on its pages) would become or how much weight the book would carry. Tonight at 8, you can rediscover the work through Aquila Theatre Company’s stage adaptation of Mr. Heller’s tome at George Mason University’s Center for the Arts. Tickets: $17 to $34. Call 703/993-8888. or log onto www.gmu.edu/cfa.

Jenny Mayo

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