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AE Capital City Weekly Audience members of Perseverance Theater's "Rush at Everlasting," the world premiere of a play by Alaska playwright Arlitia Jones, can be sure of a few things. The dialogue between Ruby Gold and "The Woman Who Would Come to be Known As..." (I'll just call her "Jade") will be witty and entertaining. You'll be struck by the descriptive power of a few lines in particular, as is the case in poetry, something in which Jones has a background.

A Semi-Review: Rush at Everlasting

Charity Pomeroy, playing Ruby Gold, teases Tom Robenolt, who at the time was playing Jim Ryan (he later hurt his knee and was replaced by Paul Schweigert), with a berry pie during the Perseverance Theatre rehearsal of
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Charity Pomeroy, playing Ruby Gold, teases Tom Robenolt, who at the time was playing Jim Ryan (he later hurt his knee and was replaced by Paul Schweigert), with a berry pie during the Perseverance Theatre rehearsal of "Rush at Everlasting."
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