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Noah Haidle brings his world premiere of 'Persephone' to Boston
Noah Haidle brings his world premiere of "Persephone" to Boston. (Dina Rudick/Globe Staff) Dina Rudick/Globe Staff

Comedy with a side of darkness

At 28, playwright Haidle strikes a 'daring' balance

By Mark Feeney
Globe Staff / March 28, 2007

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Noah Haidle grew up assuming he'd be a scientist. So when at 17 he decided he wanted to be a playwright, instead, he used the same method to pursue his goal a scientist would: induction. Yet rather than amassing data by conducting experiments in a laboratory, Haidle amassed data through reading every play he could get his hands on. (Full article: 1085 words)

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