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Damon Daunno (Curly) and Amber Gray (Laurey) star in director Daniel Fish's experimental retelling of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Oklahoma! Cory Weaver/Courtesy of Bard College hide caption

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The Mornin' Ain't So Beautiful For This Dark 'Oklahoma!' Production

In upstate New York, an experimental staging of Rodgers and Hammerstein's classic sets a key scene in total darkness and adds coldblooded murder to the plot.

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With Corruption Rampant, Good Cops Go Bad In Texas' Rio Grande Valley

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Damon Daunno (Curly) and Amber Gray (Laurey) star in director Daniel Fish's experimental retelling of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Oklahoma! Cory Weaver/Courtesy of Bard College hide caption

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The Mornin' Ain't So Beautiful For This Dark 'Oklahoma!' Production

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Nora Zamichow says if she and her husband, Mark Saylor, had known how doctors die, they might have made different treatment decisions for him toward the end of his life. Maya Sugarman/KPCC hide caption

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Knowing How Doctors Die Can Change End-Of-Life Discussions

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