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Friday, February 21

Play revival directed by alum dissects toxic masculinity through abstract characters

Carl Weintraub, Matt Curtin and Jordan Morgan star in a revival of the play “The Unseen Hand,” which cowboys, aliens and high school teens who attempt to free a futuristic alien race from slavery. Alumnus Curtin said the play explores the concept of toxic masculinity. (Courtesy of Enci Box)

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Nineteenth-century cowboys, futuristic aliens and high school teens take center stage against the pervasive violence of toxic masculinity. Alumnus Darrell Larson is directing a revival of the 1969 play “The Unseen Hand,” and he said he hopes to revitalize its eccentric humor and commentary for a modern audience.









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