Stage & Dance

August 16, 2013 9:32 AM

Review: 'Gone Astray' proves that local playwrighting is alive and well

In Gone Astray, to launch its world premiere production this weekend and next at Actors Guild of Lexington, playwright Walter May uses the familiar biblical story of the prodigal son as a jumping-off point for a broader tale about sin, compassion and morality, set in the coal-mining country of Eastern Kentucky.

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