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Hot Entertainment: Re:Union

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This thought-provoking play follows a young Quaker protesting the horrors of the Vietnam War. Fast-forward 36 years and it’s his daughter taking a stand in the wake of 9/11. At the Pacific Theatre until Nov. 12.—Jennifer Patterson

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RE:UNION On Nov. 2, 1965, Norman Morrison drives to the Pentagon with his infant daughter, a jug of kerosene and a box of matches. Thirty-six years later, in the wake of 9/11, his daughter returns to confront the costly legacy of sacrifice (to Nov 12). W-Sa 8 pm. Matinees Sa 2 pm. $16.50-$29.50. Pacific Theatre, 1420 W. 12th Ave. at Hemlock. 604-731-5518. www.pacifictheatre.org

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