Bringing magic back to PlayMakers

Magic is back at PlayMakers Repertory Company. On Nov. 13, Thornton Wilder’s “The Skin of Our Teeth” will open as PlayMakers’ first live, in-person production since the pandemic closed the production of “Julius Caesar” in March of 2020, and the cast and crew are ready for audiences to return to the Theatre on the UNC-Chapel Hill campus. (


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Bringing magic back to PlayMakers

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