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NewsPress Release: 3/7/02"Cuts" Features Fast-Paced Monologues at the Hooker-DunhamTheater

Tim CollinsBRATTLEBORO, VERMONT -- Marlboro College senior Tim Collins and former Marlboro College student Amanda Raleigh will perform "Cuts," a selection of faced-paced monologues at 8 p.m. March 29 and 30 at the Hooker-Dunham Theater and Gallery in Brattleboro, Vermont.

Cathy Melio of WERU radio station in Belfast, Maine, comments, "Amanda Raleigh and Tim Collins are not only fresh and innovative, but with their cutting-edge monologues they provide sharp satire on the social-political state of our planet. Best of all they do it with engaging humor and wit."

Larraine Brown, director of the Post Office Theater in Belfast, Maine, says, "Tim and Amanda's show 'Cuts' delighted several sold-out audiences with irreverent humor and incisive observations. Their characters had a lot to say and they said it all with satirical insight and exuberant comedy."

Barbara Maria, director of Rising Sound Arts Education in Belfast, Maine, describes Raleigh and Collins' show as: "Hilarious! Inspiring! Startling originality!"

Collins has performed in five Marlboro College productions, organized and hosted the Marlboro "Open Mike" Night, and formed Marlboro's Improv Comedy Troupe that performed at several comedy festivals around New England.

Amanda RaleighRaleigh has performed in a number of Marlboro productions and the feature film "Smoke on the Water," directed by Jay Craven. This is her third full-length solo performance. She is currently a resident of Belfast, Maine, where she works with director Larraine Brown.

The Hooker-Dunham Theater and Gallery is located at 139 Main Street in Brattleboro. Tickets are $7, $5 for students, and free for members of the Marlboro College community.

For more information, call (802) 257-4333 or visit the college online at http://www.marlboro.edu.

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