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Staging a Return

Staging a Return

Michael Blackman doesn’t hesitate for an instant when considering what’s more likely to cause the biggest spike in his nerves – his daily role as dean of students at UNH, or his return to the stage and New Hampshire theater debut in this summer’s production of Footloose as part of the Prescott Park... Read More

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