Arts preview: Local playwright Bill Cook continues streak of works about the middle class’ worst fears

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From the September 26, 2013 edition

Local playwright Bill Cook brought this dark comedy to life.

The life of clean-cut and mild-mannered accountant Stan is turned upside down when he is put on trial for wicked crimes and then thrown into prison.

This follows Cook's propensity to write about the middle class' worst fears — this time, it's prison.