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Creators of new musical aim to bridge cultures

By Terry Byrne
Globe Correspondent / April 13, 2007

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Melissa Li and Abe Rybeck are not your average pair. Rybeck, 46, is the gregarious and sometimes outrageous playwright and founder and artistic director of the Theater Offensive, while the earnest Li, 23, is a fledgling folk musician and filmmaker. But the two have teamed up to create a musical, "Surviving the Nian," which will have its world premiere tomorrow ... (Full article: 854 words)

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