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A convict gets an unexpected reprieve in There Is No Power for the Electric Chair


Bulgarian playwright Alexander Sekulov’s drama makes its American debut.

Bulgarian playwright Alexander Sekulov’s 50-minute one-act, translated into English by Holly Karapetkova and directed by Zlatomir Moldovanski, receives its debut American staging here as part of Trap Open, Trap Door Theatre’s off-night incubator series. Logan Hulick plays an unnamed convict who gets an unexpected reprieve from being fried in the electric chair after a cataclysmic event takes out the city’s power grid.…

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