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Another brick in the wall

Darien Armstrong as the main character Pink, crosses the boundary into “Comfortably Numb.” - Barry Coulter photo
Darien Armstrong as the main character Pink, crosses the boundary into “Comfortably Numb.”
— image credit: Barry Coulter photo

Laurie Middle School presented its production of Pink Floyd's 'The Wall' last week at the Studio-Stage Door in Cranbrook.

The classic rock opera, revamped for the stage, features themes of guilt, persecution, chronic isolation, descent into madness, and ultimate redemption — all that good stuff.

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