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Poetry in Motion 

When: Tue., March 17 2015
During the late 1940s, Jack Kerouac and his pals friends took several cross-country road trips to Chicago, Los Angeles, Denver and Mexico City. These trips provided the inspiration for Kerouac’s On the Road, an account of those journeys. Tonight at 7 at the WOMB, the local theater troupe, Wandering Aesthetics, presents 
Kerouac’s Beat Generation, a play he wrote after On the Road’s commercial success. It’s part of the troupe’s monthly play-reading series, the Boiling Point. A discussion will follow the 7 p.m. reading. It’s free. (Niesel)

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