The Village 

Hall comes home; Shaw shocks; Zombies rock.

The Memphis I know talks to itself like Hamlet. It's got daddy issues and walks down Looney Avenue day and night spitting out questions and rhymes like a king of infinite space. Memphis-born playwright Katori Hall gets that about her hometown. The…

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