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Sleeping Dogs Dinky Dau Play

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April 5, 1989 | RAY LOYND
A female peace activist verbally attacked the playwright in the alley outside the theater. On another occasion, a Vietnam veteran remained in his seat after the performance, reduced to tears. Yet again, another patron followed the actors backstage, seeking out a confrontation with the cast. The circumstance triggering this behavior is a pair of haunting one acts about post-Vietnam stress, "Sleeping Dogs/Dinky Dau" at Theatre/Theater in Hollywood.
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April 5, 1989 | RAY LOYND
A female peace activist verbally attacked the playwright in the alley outside the theater. On another occasion, a Vietnam veteran remained in his seat after the performance, reduced to tears. Yet again, another patron followed the actors backstage, seeking out a confrontation with the cast. The circumstance triggering this behavior is a pair of haunting one acts about post-Vietnam stress, "Sleeping Dogs/Dinky Dau" at Theatre/Theater in Hollywood.
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