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Monks make fun in 'Incorruptible'

Water is not changed into wine and loaves do not expand to feed five thousand, but a body is changed into bones and true love is found before the final curtain. This is all done with a light touch by a largely ensemble cast. What more could anyone want in a theater production?

It could be 13th century French monks struggling to feed themselves as well as the village’s poor from their monastery in Priseaux. Throw in Jack, the one-eyed juggling minstrel; in fact, entrap him into the priesthood. There’s a plot of sorts and two miracles. That’s “Incorruptible,” opening Thursday at Whidbey Playhous...

 

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