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Theater review: The familiar proves scary in ‘Blood Play’

Hannah Bos and and Michael Cyril Creighton star in The Debate Society’s “Blood Play” at Williamstown Theatre Festival.
Photographer: T. Charles Erickson
Hannah Bos and and Michael Cyril Creighton star in The Debate Society’s “Blood Play” at Williamstown Theatre Festival.
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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Can a cracked egg that runs red be an omen? A root in a pipe a portent of death? In life, we might ignore such ominous warnings, or they may ring clear late at night, in a dark bedroom when sleep won’t come. In theater, such signs can work as a tool to entertain, but sometimes they truly scare — especially when the surroundings seem so familiar. Williamstown Theater Festival, in a ...

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