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Opening Night of Dying City

Opening Night of Dying City

Dying City opened last night, at Second Stage.

Dying City is written and directed by Christopher Shinn

Photo Coverage: On the Red Carpet at Opening Night of DYING CITY
Christopher Shinn
Photo Coverage: On the Red Carpet at Opening Night of DYING CITY
Christopher Shinn

Dying City stars Mary Elizabeth Winstead 

Photo Coverage: On the Red Carpet at Opening Night of DYING CITY
Mary Elizabeth Winstead
Photo Coverage: On the Red Carpet at Opening Night of DYING CITY
Mary Elizabeth Winstead

and Colin Woodell.

Colin Woodell
Colin Woodell

Dying City, is set in a sparse Manhattan apartment, where a young widow receives an unexpected visit from the twin brother of her deceased husband. Dying City explores the human fallout of global events, including the Iraq War and the terrorist attacks of 9/11, through the interwoven stories of three unforgettable characters in this 2008 Pulitzer finalist.

Photo Coverage: On the Red Carpet at Opening Night of DYING CITY
Colin Woodell and Mary Elizabeth Winstead
Photo Coverage: On the Red Carpet at Opening Night of DYING CITY
Colin Woodell and Mary Elizabeth Winstead
Photo Coverage: On the Red Carpet at Opening Night of DYING CITY
Christopher Shinn, Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Colin Woodell
Photo Coverage: On the Red Carpet at Opening Night of DYING CITY
Carole Rothman, Christopher Shinn, Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Colin Woodell
Photo Coverage: On the Red Carpet at Opening Night of DYING CITY
Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Ewan McGregor
Photo Coverage: On the Red Carpet at Opening Night of DYING CITY
Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Ewan McGregor
Photo Coverage: On the Red Carpet at Opening Night of DYING CITY
Ewan McGregor
Photo Coverage: On the Red Carpet at Opening Night of DYING CITY
Ewan McGregor and his daughter Jamyam McGregor

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