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Komora takes director’s role for Curtain Call production

Jill Wanderman and Dana Goodnight play two sisters dealing with family issues in the Deep South in "Crimes of the Heart," playing Friday through Oct. 6 at Curtain Call Theatre. (photo: KEVIN GARDNER)
Jill Wanderman and Dana Goodnight play two sisters dealing with family issues in the Deep South in "Crimes of the Heart," playing Friday through Oct. 6 at Curtain Call Theatre. (photo: KEVIN GARDNER)
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Ron Komora has always had a few ideas about directing, but when you’re a highly sought-after actor most people prefer to see you strut your stuff on stage. This month at Curtain Call Theatre in Latham, that all changes. Carol Max’s troupe is putting on a production of Beth Henley’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play, “Crimes of the Heart,” and Komora is taking a rare turn off stage serving as director. The story of three sisters from ...


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