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DeVita comedy hits the Heights.

Community theater has a really bad rap.

The stereotype — so much of one that it even has a meme — is that community theater is filled with local admins and shopkeepers wearing their own clothes standing in front of bland sets doing Hello Dolly or The Odd Couple (over and over again).

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Jay Michaels

Jay Michaels

Prof. Jay Michaels lectures on communications & media culture nationwide. He is executive director of Channel I — an indie theater & film network of programs.

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