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No props, no sets at New Play Cafe

Bellingham TheatreWorks features works in development

Actors, standing in front of the podium with binders, read through Bellingham-based playwright Sean Walbeck's full-length play.
Actors read through Bellingham-based playwright Sean Walbeck's full-length play, “Making Burgers His Way,” Feb. 25. The play is part of six works from Washington and Oregon chosen by Bellingham TheatreWorks for a New Play Cafe reading series taking place March 3–5 and 10–12 at the New Prospect Theatre. (Photo courtesy of Amy Erickson)
By Amy Kepferle Staff Reporter
In 2011, Bellingham-based playwright Sean Walbeck participated in iDiOM Theater’s then-annual
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