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"We live in what is, but we find a thousand ways not to face it. Great theatre strengthens our faculty to face it."

- Thornton Wilder

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Scenes From the Past

Remembering previous Domino Theatre productions


Dympna McConnell, Katie Flower-Smith and Lynn Fennell

10 Years Ago: Later Life, by A.R. Gurney, was Domino's last production before moving from its temporary home in the Baby Grand Theatre to the present theatre at 52 Church St. Seen at right are, from left to right, Dympna McConnell, Katie Flower-Smith and Lynn Fennell.

20 Years Ago: Appearing in Domino's spring 2001 production of Crimes of the Heart, by Beth Henley, below from left to right, Karen Alexander, Susan Lewis and Tanis Rideout.

Karen Alexander, Susan Lewis and Tanis Rideout

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