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'A Question of Words' makes world premiere at Studio@620

Bob Devin Jones is a busy man. The director is wrapping a sold-out run of August Wilson's 2 Trains Running this weekend at American Stage. And starting today, he's back at St. Petersburg's Studio@620 directing the world premiere of A Question of Words. In the play written by New York's Richard Manley, a reclusive, widowed poet moves in next door to a single advertising executive. Romance, laughs and questions of happiness ensue. Performances are today through Sunday and Feb. 28 through March 2. Tickets are $15-$20, but today's preview is pay what you can. After Saturday's show, the playwright will take questions from the audience. Call (727) 895-6620 or visit thestudio@620.org. — Stephanie Hayes, Times Performing Arts Critic

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