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Centerstage presents Tony-winning 'Art'

“Art,” the 1998 Tony Award-winning comedy for best play, will be performed by Centerstage Theatre from July 18 to Aug. 9 at Knutzen Family Theatre.

Written by Yasmina Reza and translated by Christopher Hampton, “Art” questions how much a person would pay for a white painting, whether it would be art, and if it would matter who the painter was.

David Silverman, who directed “Sylvia” in 2002 for Centerstage and has appeared in Seattle Repertory Theatre and Intiman productions, is the director of “Art” actors John Bianchi, who has appeared in Book-It Repertory, Seattle Shakespeare and ACT productions, Tim Kniffin (Tacoma Actors Guild, Theater Schmeater, Clarence Brown Theater and Book-It Repertory) and Dean Wilson (Centerstage, Charreva Productions, ArtsWest and GreenStage).

Tickets are $20 general admission, $16 for seniors and students, and $12 for children under 12. The theater is at 3200 SW. Dash Point Road. Information is available at 661-1444.

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