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POTOMAC THEATRE PROJECT TURNS 28

Theater Ink by John Rowell

t’s always great to welcome the Potomac Theatre Project (PTP/NYC) back to New York, and this summer, the company celebrates its 28th anniversary season (and 8th season in the city) of presenting thought-provoking work of contemporary social and cultural relevance.

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