Family feud

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Family feud

Female actors make ‘Independence’ a powerful season debut
Daughters Jo (Hattie Miller), Kess (Theresa Carson) and Sherry (Alyce Neubert) rush to their mother’s aid (Maureen May) after a kitchen “accident” left her bloodied in a scene from Lee Blessing’s “Independence” at the Durango Arts Center.
Jo (Hattie Miller), Kess (Theresa Carson) and a disinterested Sherry (Alyce Neubert) debate their futures in a scene from “Independence” at Durango Arts Center. Charles Ford of Merely Players designed and built the sets for the play.
Hattie Miller stars as middle daughter Jo in Lee Blessing’s “Independence.”
If you go

Merely Players and Durango Arts Center will present “Independence” by Lee Blessing, directed by Mona Wood-Patterson. Show times will be 7:30 p.m. today and Saturday and March 21, 22 and 23 at the DAC, 802 East Second Ave. Tickets cost $20 ($18 for DAC members, $16 for students), available at the box office, by phone at 259-2606, ext. 19, or online at www.DurangoArts.tix.com.

Family feud

Daughters Jo (Hattie Miller), Kess (Theresa Carson) and Sherry (Alyce Neubert) rush to their mother’s aid (Maureen May) after a kitchen “accident” left her bloodied in a scene from Lee Blessing’s “Independence” at the Durango Arts Center.
Jo (Hattie Miller), Kess (Theresa Carson) and a disinterested Sherry (Alyce Neubert) debate their futures in a scene from “Independence” at Durango Arts Center. Charles Ford of Merely Players designed and built the sets for the play.
Hattie Miller stars as middle daughter Jo in Lee Blessing’s “Independence.”
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