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Playwright says her characters are not political stereotypes

Lisa (Yvonne Perry) and Matt (Jeffrey Binder) in "The God Game," playing at Capital Repertory Theatre in Albany. (Pedro Zepeda)
Lisa (Yvonne Perry) and Matt (Jeffrey Binder) in "The God Game," playing at Capital Repertory Theatre in Albany. (Pedro Zepeda)
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Suzanne Bradbeer says that theatergoers shouldn’t be too worried about the way she leans politically. In her latest play, “The God Game,” it may seem that she’s picking on Republicans but she says that’s not the case. “I know how identity informs how we receive a story, so for that reason I feel better keeping my personal beliefs to myself, at least until after the play,” said Bradbeer, whose story about a Republican presidential candidate ...


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