2. Burning Coal’s “(Three Man) Tempest” also features three actors and a table. The only difference is instead of puppets, there were children’s toys. It was adapted and directed by Randolph Curtis Rand (who cut it down to 90 minutes and who also played Prospero), and ran last December.
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