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It’s anything but marital bliss on the set of The War of the Roses, which runs through Sunday, October 2nd at the Delaware Theatre Company.

Made famous by the 1989 movie starring Kathleen Turner and Michael Douglas, the DTC version of the War of the Roses pays close attention to the incredible mansion and that unforgettable chandelier — the very things the Barbara and Oliver Rose fight over in their bitter divorce dispute. Filled with passion and a single-mindedness to force the other to move out, Cameron Folmar and Christina DeCicco offer convincing performances that they really mean it in this black comedy cult classic.

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