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Mon April 15, 2013
Paper Lantern Theatre Presents "A Perfect Likeness"
Daniel Rover Singer’s new play A Perfect Likeness is a one-act comedy that explores the psyches of Charles Dodson (better known by his pen name Lewis Caroll) and Charles Dickens.
During the fictional conversation between the Alice in Wonderland and David Copperfield authors respectively, the audience is taken on a real time journey that reveals much—and speculates even more—about these hugely influential men. The world premiere production comes courtesy of Paper Lantern Theatre. A Perfect Likeness opens April 8th and will run through the 21st at The Black Box at Summit School in Winston-Salem. Paper Lantern director John Gulley recently spoke with David Ford about this provocative new comedy. He was joined by actors Ben Baker who plays Charles Dodson and Michael Kamtman who plays Charles Dickens.