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    Approaching the issues of death and dying is never easy.  However, Clarksville Little Theatre will artistically handle the subjects in the Pulitzer Prize-winning project The Shadowbox, which opens on Friday.  

    The Shadowbox will take place on March 4, 5, 10, 11, and 12 at 8 p.m. each night.  A matinee performance will occur on March 6 at 2 p.m.  All shows will go on at Clarksville Little Theatre, located at 301 E. Montgomery Ave. in Clarksville, IN.  

    Tickets for the show are $15 for adults, $12 for seniors 60 years and over, $12 for students 13 years to 18, and $8 for children six years to 12 years old.  Tickets can be purchased at the box office or can be reserved by calling 812-283-6522.  Keep in mind that Clarksville Little Theatre only accepts cash and checks.  

    The Shadowbox focuses on three terminally-ill patients, who are in their last days at a hospice.  All they are interviewed about their own views on life, dying, and death.  Michael Cristofer created the Pulitzer-Prize winning drama.  

    During The Shadowbox's run, Hosparus will receive a portion of the show's earnings and will have information available at the show.  

    Following The Shadowbox will be the rock musical Hair, running in mid-May.  Auditions for the show are on March 6 and 7.  More information on the show can be found at the Clarksville Little Theatre website.

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    A near life-long resident of Louisville, Brian has written for since spring 2010. He has also written for various publications and online sites, including the Mount Vernon Democrat and Louisville Catholic Sports. Brian spends most of his free time enjoying the theatre scene, hanging out at the nearest coffee shop, and enjoying life.

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