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Political Perspectives on Stage in 'Continental Divide'

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Political Perspectives on Stage in 'Continental Divide'

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Political Perspectives on Stage in 'Continental Divide'

Political Perspectives on Stage in 'Continental Divide'

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The Oregon Shakespeare Festival is presenting a two-play cycle called Continental Divide. The David Edgar production portrays a governor's race from the separate perspectives of the Republican and Democratic parties. Dmae Roberts reports.

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