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‘Can’t Feel at Home’ returns for a third run and extends the legacies of those displaced … and of the play’s late author

A friend. A clown. A healer. A husband. A father. A playwright. Both literally and figuratively, Dr. John T. Glick wore several hats. For many years, he served the Elkton-Shenandoah area as a doctor, and his loved ones say he could take care of anyone and anything. He was the kind of doctor who wouldn’t just send you home with a prescription; he’d listen to his patients’ stories and ask questions. When Glick became the first acupuncturist in the Shenandoah Valley, long sessions with clients often meant he provided psychotherapy along with pain relief.

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Theater group makes its return with a new name and a fresh lineup of plays

Seven people sit in a room in the basement of Park View Mennonite Church on a recent evening. In the center of the room is a large, taped-off circle, encompassing a desk, a chair, and one actor. Outside the circle and scattered around the room, sit five other actors. Some use their scripts (or “on-book” in theater talk), and some are off-book. 

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Community Perspective: ‘Can’t Feel At Home’ – a review and appreciation

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Court Square Theater prepares for its revival

After nearly a year and a half of being closed, Court Square Theater is planning to reopen, starting with an open house this weekend, followed by the Hispanic Film Festival at the end of September.  

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