'Squeeze Box': Finding Humor on the Night Shift NPR's Noah Adams interviews playwright Ann Randolph about her new work, Squeeze Box. Randolph worked the graveyard shift at a homeless shelter for years while also pursuing a career as a comedienne. She has combined both passions in a one-woman play that will be showing next month in New York.
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'Squeeze Box': Finding Humor on the Night Shift

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'Squeeze Box': Finding Humor on the Night Shift

'Squeeze Box': Finding Humor on the Night Shift

'Squeeze Box': Finding Humor on the Night Shift

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NPR's Noah Adams interviews playwright Ann Randolph about her new work, Squeeze Box. Randolph worked the graveyard shift at a homeless shelter for years while also pursuing a career as a comedienne. She has combined both passions in a one-woman play that will be showing next month in New York.

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