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The Door Opens To “No Exit” At Back Alley Productions

Back Alley Productions’ cast of “No Exit” at the Mars Theatre in LaFayette, GA.
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Back Alley Productions’ cast of “No Exit” at the Mars Theatre in LaFayette, GA.

If you’re feeling existential these days, there’s a play for you in Northwest Georgia.

On Friday at 8 PM, “No Exit” - by Jean-Paul Sartre - premieres at Back Alley Productions in LaFayette.

Madison Smith is executive director - and one of the founding members - of Back Alley Productions.

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