PLAY REVIEW — K2 

K2 is a fair measure of an actor’s mettle. That explains, at least in part, why Lake City Playhouse plans on entering this one-act, two-man play, ably directed by Troy Nickerson, in this year’s AACTFest competition. Despite its focus on climbers…

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