Photographing Live Theatre: MURPH by Catherine M. O’Neill
Photographing Live Theatre
In MURPH, a play by Dorchester playwright Catherine M. O’Neill, the maneuvers on the political chess board are decidedly old school, no FB, twitter, instagram, but you will soon see, there isn’t anything new under the sun or in politics.
Ambitions, loyalty, the spin room and lots of secrets are front in center in Murph’s world as Rep. Kevin Murphy “Murph” a member of the Massachusetts state legislature reaches for higher office.
Gary and Katie, his staffers, must decide if they are reaching with him, and if they do what will it cost?
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