Lincoln Center Theater recently produced and is currently presenting GREATER CLEMENTS, a new play written by Samuel D. Hunter and directed by Davis McCallum. The setting of the play is the fictional town of Greater Clements, Idaho. And the story is told through Maggie, who is on the verge of shutting down her family’s Mine Tour and Museum business.
> LINCOLN CENTER THEATER RECENTLY PRODUCED AND IS CURRENTLY PRESENTING, GREATER CLEMENTS A PLAY WRITTEN BY SAMUEL D. HUNTER.
THE SETTING OF THE PLAY IS THE FICTIONAL TOWN OF GREATER CLEMENTS IDAHO, A MINING COMMUNITY WHERE PROPERTIES ARE BEING PURCHASED BY WEALTHY OUT OF STATE PEOPLE.
THESE NEWCOMERS ARE FORCING OUT LIFELONG RESIDENTS, LARGELY BLUE COLLAR WORKERS WHO ARE BECOMING DISENFRANCHISED AND DISENCHANTED.
THE STORY IS TOLD THROUGH MAGGIE, WHO IS ON THE VERGE OF SHUTTING DOWN HER FAMILY'S MINE TOUR AND MUSEUM BUSINESS.
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