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Death is unlikely buddy in comedy

From left are Donna Reichel, Joy Canfield, Tony Yates, Jarred Aldi and Jennie Parks (sitting on couch) during a scene from "Famous Last Words" at Colonial Little Theatre in Johnstown. (photo provided)
From left are Donna Reichel, Joy Canfield, Tony Yates, Jarred Aldi and Jennie Parks (sitting on couch) during a scene from "Famous Last Words" at Colonial Little Theatre in Johnstown. (photo provided)
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Everyone eventually has a meeting with death, but in Richard Romano’s new play, “Famous Last Words,” the main character, Mark Houghton, gets the opportunity to engage the grim reaper in conversation. “Things are a bit adversarial at first, but Mark does become friends with death,” said Romano, whose play is being given its first full-scale theatrical production at the Colonial Little Theatre in Johnstown beginning Friday night and running for two weekends. “Death teaches him ...


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