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'The Entertainment' was first presented at the Buffalo Street Student Theatre on the evening of November 16th, 1973 [...] The production was directed by James B. Carrington. The setting was designed by Lula Chamberlain. The plays 'A Reckoning' and 'A Bar-fly' were written by Lem Doolittle, and later adapted by Joseph Wheattree for
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Paperback, First Edition, 66 pages
Published November 22nd 2013 by Lulu.com
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Eric Kolb
Dec 26, 2013 rated it really liked it
Kentucky Route Zero is an interactive story (a “game” if you prefer, but it resides in the hazy borderlands of play) that celebrates the rustic mysticism of Kentucky as one might the heather moors and glens of Scotland. It is a story revealed through the escapades of the eccentrics and the esoterics: mathematicians, artists, and specialists. It is told in episodes and, as of this writing, only the first two have been released.

Between episodes, the developers - Cardboard Computer - have been in
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Required reading for Kentucky Route Zero fans.
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The game/application makes it feel so much more atmospheric and interesting, like all plays.
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“Many in the audience consider leaving.
If anyone leaves, let them leave.
The theatre is not a prison.
If anyone coughs, cough also.
The Theatre is not a sickbed.
We minister to the audience.
We revere the pains of the audience.”
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