A WOLF INSIDE THE FENCE at the Open Fist Theatre

Weaver, Neal
August 2010
Back Stage (1946-5440);8/26/2010, Vol. 51 Issue 34, p40
Entertainment Review
The article reviews the theatrical performance "A Wolf Inside the Fence," directed by Benjamin Burdick and starring Arthur Hanket, Amanda Weier and Charlotte Chanler, being performed at Open Fist Theatre, Hollywood, California from August 6-September 11, 2010.


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