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wThursday, June 26, 2003

WE GET LETTERS: Reader Greg Klein fills in the details about a previously unidentified play based on the Report newsroom:

It was Prairie Report, by Frank Moher. Very lame stuff, this play. Moher got Link completely wrong, portraying him instead as a moronic hayseed. The other characters were bland, completely lifeless -- which is all the more surprising, given that the play took place in the Edmonton newsroom. The protagonist was a stereotypical journalist with conventional ideas that the audience was expected to admire. There was also a banal coming-out epiphany, when a fellow reporter was revealed to be lesbian. At the end, Ted sold out to a big Toronto outfit. Yawn.

posted by Jeremy at 10:17 AM