Saturday, January 9, 2010


ex-pli-cate [ek-spli-keyt]

-verb (used with object), -cat-ed, -cat-ing.
  1. to make plain or clear; explain; interpret.

Used in a Sentence:

There is a lot of explicating to do in the 8th floor rehearsal room today, where Erin Kraft, Tina LaPadula, and John Paulsen are working furiously to make sense of PLAY 7, We're Not Talking by Paul Mullin.

Inner monologue, imaginary voices, a beach blanket? Come make sense of it all yourself, when We're Not Talking premieres and closes tonight at 8 & 10:30pm at ACT!


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