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Theatre production gets good review

The play features Furman Theatre Arts professor Margaret Caterisano and student Erin Barnett, a freshman from Marietta, Ga.

Lillian Hellman’s “The Children’s Hour” is about the corrosive power of a lie, how it can plague its victims and destroy lives. According to Greenville News arts writer Paul Hyde, Furman’s production of “The Children’s Hour” proves that the 1934 play still packs a powerful punch. Hyde wrote in his review that “director Jay Oney brings a crisp fluency and taut restlessness to this dialogue-heavy play” and “the student-led cast is solid.”

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