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Playwright's past translates to big stage successes

Clara, played by Rie Lee, talks to her son, Jimmy, played by Isaac Newberry, in a scene from Tom Dudzick's "Miracle on South Division Street," opening Friday at the Curtain Call Theatre in Latham.
Clara, played by Rie Lee, talks to her son, Jimmy, played by Isaac Newberry, in a scene from Tom Dudzick's "Miracle on South Division Street," opening Friday at the Curtain Call Theatre in Latham.
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Tom Dudzick’s résumé doesn’t include a big Broadway smash, but as modern American playwrights go, he’s about as hot an item as you can find. A Buffalo native and Nyack resident, Dudzick’s plays have consistently found homes in regional theaters around the country, and for the third time in five years and fourth time since 2003, Carol Max’s Curtain Call Theatre in Latham is staging another of his works. “Miracle on South Division Street” opens ...

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