I think the vast majority of us can agree that laughter is one of the best things about being alive. With that unifying theme in mind, if you want to get your serious laugh on this weekend check out K Dance Shorts, running Thursday-Saturday, March 24-26, at Richmond Triangle Players. Featuring six short plays by award-winning playwrights Dan McGeehan, David Auburn, David Ives, Shel Silverstein, Suzan-Lori Parks and Tennessee Williams, the lively mixture of theater, dance and comedy is sure to bring prolonged physical manifestations of amusement to whoever has the good sense to see it. For information on this limited run of collaborative performances by the city’s creative classes, call 270-4944 or visit kdance.org or rtriangle.showare.com.
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