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March 13, 2020 | 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Lakes Area Theatre
2214 Geneva Rd NE
Alexandria, MN 56308 United States

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This parody of Antiques Roadshow is alternately comical, historical, poignant,
and surreal, with some vignettes having a strong connection to St. Cloud (Pan
Motor Company, Jane Grey Swisshelm.) Other appraisals include an
unfortunate encounter with some top-heavy Tiffany lamps, discovery of a quilt
made from 1950s New York Yankees uniforms, and evaluations of “The Picture
of Dorian Gray,” the magic mirror from Snow White, and a very old box once
owned by a lady named Pandora.

Richard Krepski is retired from a 30-year career as research scientist and
educator. He currently resides in the twilight zone between scientific rationalism
and poetic lunacy. His audio play “The Kraken of Phoenicia,” a mash-up of
Shakespeare, Godzilla, and “Clash of the Titans,” won a first-place award at the
2019 Moondance International Film Festival in the category of radio scripts. His
other writing, including short stories, poetry, and essays, has appeared in Mad
Scientist Journal, Oberon, Soul-Lit, Fickle Muses, Still Crazy, Braided Way, Parody,
and Tiferet—A Journal of Spiritual Literature. Krepski’s essay “Center of the
Universe” was awarded the Tiferet writing prize for 2009. Further details on his
work can be found at substance-to-spirit.com


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Lakes Area Radio Theatre

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