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"'Heroes' is a gentle comedy." -J. Wynn Rousuck
Maryland Morning theater critic J. Wynn Rousuck, reviews "Heroes," the last play to run at Everyman Theatre's Charles Street location.
The play is set in 1959 and centers around three World War I veterans in a retirement home. Rousuck says although the men have a mind to escape their surroundings, "each suffers from a different infirmity and each has his own quirky notions."
The music and clips heard in Rousuck's review were courtesy of Everyman's sound designer Chas Marsh.
"Heroes" continues at Everyman Theatre through Dec. 2. Everyman's new theatre opens in January 2013.
By Tom Stoppard
Adapted from Gerald Sibleyras's Le Vent de Peupliers
Directed by Donald Hicken