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Full of the clever and intricate dialogue that makes his work remarkable and popular, Michael Hollinger’s Under the Skin is the second show in Circle Theatre’s anniversary season. This funny and moving new play asks the question: what does it really mean to give a part of yourself to someone else?

Previous Circle productions by Mr. Hollinger include: Incorruptible (2009); Opus (2010); Ghost-Writer (2012);and Hope & Gravity (2014).

Full of the clever and intricate dialogue that makes his work remarkable and popular, Michael Hollinger’s Under the Skin is the second show in Circle Theatre’s anniversary season. This funny and moving new play asks the question: what does it really mean to give a part of yourself to someone else?

Previous Circle productions by Mr. Hollinger include: Incorruptible (2009); Opus (2010); Ghost-Writer (2012);and Hope & Gravity (2014).

Full of the clever and intricate dialogue that makes his work remarkable and popular, Michael Hollinger’s Under the Skin is the second show in Circle Theatre’s anniversary season. This funny and moving new play asks the question: what does it really mean to give a part of yourself to someone else?

Previous Circle productions by Mr. Hollinger include: Incorruptible (2009); Opus (2010); Ghost-Writer (2012);and Hope & Gravity (2014).

WHEN

WHERE

Circle Theatre
230 W. 4th St.
Fort Worth, TX 76102
http://www.circletheatre.com/

TICKET INFO

$15-$38
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