Twisted Melodies coming to The Black Rep at Washington University

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ST. LOUIS, MO. (KTVI)- The play Twisted Melodies, written by a St. Louis native, will return to The Black Rep for its St. Louis premiere April 20 through May 1 at the Edison Theatre at Washington University.

This morning the playwright of Twisted Melodies, Kelvin Roston Jr., treated the Fox 2 cast and crew to a special performance featured in the play. Twisted Melodies will be the last show of the season for The Black Rep.

Twisted Melodies is a fictionalized journey through the mind of musical genius Donny Hathaway. We see a man lost in space and time, battling schizophrenia and trying to come to terms with everything.

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"Twisted Melodies"
Washington University
Edison Theatre
April 20 - May 1
6465 Forsyth Blvd
(314) 534-3810

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