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A Year in the Death of Eddie Jester

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A Year in the Death of Eddie Jester

A Year In The Death Of Eddie Jester is a two-act comedic play, written by T. Gregory Argall. The winner of the 2003 Samuel French Playwrights Competition, the play was then published by Samuel French Inc. Its world premiere, directed by Argall, was 23–26 April 2003 in the Cyril Clark Library Theatre, presented by Training Wheel Productions.

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