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Harper play offers perspectives on human cost of war

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These actors play dead soldiers who refuse to stay buried in the Harper College presentation of "Bury the Dead," a 1936 play updated with music, photo montages and a representation of recent major conflicts in which the U.S. has fought. They are Jason Pereira, Ryan Gore, Peter Masterton, Michael Jaramillo, Jake Lange and Jon Sundal.

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Stephanie Wootten-Austen, sign language interpreter for the deaf at Harper College, and Michael Jaramillo rehearse a scene from "Bury the Dead." They play mother and son.

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More than 200 pairs of boots belonging to Illinois soldiers killed in Afghanistan and Iraq will be onstage as part of Harper College's fall production of "Bury the Dead," a play offering perspectives from major U.S. military conflicts dating to World War I.
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    • These actors play dead soldiers who refuse to stay buried in the Harper College presentation of “Bury the Dead,” a 1936 play updated with music, photo montages and a representation of recent major conflicts in which the U.S. has fought. They are Jason Pereira, Ryan Gore, Peter Masterton, Michael Jaramillo, Jake Lange and Jon Sundal.
    •  Stephanie Wootten-Austen, sign language interpreter for the deaf at Harper College, and Michael Jaramillo rehearse a scene from “Bury the Dead.” They play mother and son.
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