‘Dead Man’s Cellphone’ Opens At The Hippodrome State Theatre
Imagine someone having access to all of the deleted messages, voicemails and contacts on your cellphone. That’s what happens in the Hippdrome State Theatre’s new comedy, “Dead Man’s Cellphone.” the play opened January 8th. Donna Green-Townsend talked with one of the actors in the production, Jessica Morris, who plays the role of the estranged wife and widow of the dead man.
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