Lanita Grice, left, and Jesse Morrow rehearse Theater Artists Olympia’s “Playhouse Creatures,” which opens Friday (Feb. 17).
Lanita Grice, left, and Jesse Morrow rehearse Theater Artists Olympia’s “Playhouse Creatures,” which opens Friday (Feb. 17). Theater Artists Olympia Courtesy
Lanita Grice, left, and Jesse Morrow rehearse Theater Artists Olympia’s “Playhouse Creatures,” which opens Friday (Feb. 17). Theater Artists Olympia Courtesy

‘Playhouse Creatures’ explores the difficult lives of actresses in 1660s

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