Problem When the Performance Network Theatre (PNT) in Ann Arbor, MI, invited a small group to a concert reading, one spectator ventured that the new play would be impossible to stage. The story of outlaw Injun Bill, out to avenge the wrong done to a friend who was hanged, skinned, and whose skin was used to make a pair of shoes, unravels in more than ten different locales that include a bar, a brothel, and a church. Dead Man’s Shoes was a screenplay, wasn’t it? Certainly, it couldn’t be ...

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