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Conviction Benefit Performance, Theatre O, Boulder Thursday, February 4 | Details | Read more Madrid, 1960s. An Israeli scholar is interrogated by a Spanish officer for pinching a confidential Inquisition file. But both are drawn to the tale they discover inside: A doomed romance between a converted Spanish priest and his Jewish wife. This play about history, love, religion, and identity is brought to life by Boulder's newest theater. Help them raise needed funds while enjoying wine, dessert, and a talk-back. More: The Barber of Seville | The Foreigner | The King and I | Special Performance: Colorado Ballet's Beauty & the Beast
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