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Terry Brunson, from left, Bev Raske, Elizabeth Adamski, Christopher Myers and Jay Ellingson play a group of passengers on the Twentieth Century Limited in The Barn Theatre's production of the play "Twentieth Century." (Tribune photo by Ron Adams)

'Twentieth Century:' 'Zany' actors take a 1930s train ride

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"Twentieth Century" is set on a train called the Twentieth Century which runs from Chicago to New York in the 1930s. The train carries a collection of zany characters who are directed by Tom Orth in a way that brings the zaniness to the forefront and causes laughter that other directors would miss.

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