‘Homebody’ Soars in Ancram


Danielle Skraastad in “Homebody” Photo by B. Dockcor

In a part of the world where summer theater means snappy musicals, occasional  (and generally futile) experiments, famed mysteries and earnest Russian  treasures on a bare stage, the Ancram Opera House leaps into tricky territory with Tony Kushner’s “Homebody,” a one-person performance about history, disorder and magic in beleaguered Afghanistan. 

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