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Wednesday, 21 March 2012 12:36

Ink' to take its first bow

Penobscot Theatre to present world premiere

BANGOR Penobscot Theatre Company has given audiences a lot to appreciate in recent years. We have seen harmonic musicals, door-slamming farces and modern classics grace the Bangor Opera House Stage. However, what we haven't seen is a world premiere.

Until now, that is.

PTC will be presenting the world premiere of the play 'Ink' by Alice Van Buren. The play, which originally appeared at the 2010 Northern Writes New Play Festival (and was voted audience favorite), is receiving the full stage treatment. Previews of the show begin on March 28, with the official opening night taking place on March 30.

It's the story of Mary Rowlandson, the first female author to be published in America. In February of 1676, preacher's wife Rowlandson was taken from her home in Lancaster, MA by Native Americans. She was their captive for nearly three months before finally being ransomed and returned to her husband.

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