"Seventh Symphony," a new play by Bob Baker, will open May 27 and run through June 5 at Renaissance Theatre on Meridian Street in Huntsville. This play is about the siege of Leningrad during World War II, and the name is inspired by the Seventh Symphony of Dmitri Shostakovich, whose music was a severe commentary on the situation. Information about this play is at 256-536-3117 or on Facebook. Beth Norwood talked with Mr. Baker and Art Walthall about this play, and their interview follows.
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