Invisible Theatre takes a trip to Civil War country

By Chastity Eva Laskey Special to the Arizona Daily Star

Invisible Theatre has some old-fashioned romance sprinkled with humor in mind.

The company opens Kenny Finkle’s “Alive and Well” next week. It tells the story of a couple searching for the oldest living Civil War veteran and finding much more than that.

Susan Claassen, director and IT’s managing artistic director, says the play is in the spirit of the golden age of Hollywood’s great romantic comedies, such as “Romancing the Stone” and “African Queen.”

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