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“The Boy From Oz” takes the stage for the Richmond Triangle Players’ final performance

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RICHMOND, Va. - The Richmond Triangle Players will close it's 23rd season this year with the hit musical "The Boy From Oz," a play based on the life of iconic performer and Oscar winning songwriter Peter Allen. Philip Crosby, Managing Director for the Richmond Triangle Players, and Chris Hester who plays the title character, stop by Virginia This Morning to promote the upcoming performance. “The Boy From Oz” opens on Thursday, June 16th at 8 pm and runs through July 16th at the Richmond Triangle Players’ theater at 1300 Altamont Avenue. For more information, and to purchase tickets, you can visit http://www.rtriangle.org