David Greenwood, Angela Horchem and Jill Baker star in Patrick Baliani’s “The Decameron,” which opens this weekend at The Rogue Theatre. Set in the summer of 1348, when the Black Death raged in Florence, Italy, the play tells the stories of 10 citizens who have fled to a villa outside the city walls, where they fill their days by creating stories of love, lust, adventure and fate. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased online at www.theroguetheatre.org or by calling 551-2953. courtesy of Tim Fuller

David Greenwood, Angela Horchem and Jill Baker star in Patrick Baliani’s “The Decameron,” which opens this weekend at The Rogue Theatre. Set in the summer of 1348, when the Black Death raged in Florence, Italy, the play tells the stories of 10 citizens who have fled to a villa outside the city walls, where they fill their days by creating stories of love, lust, adventure and fate. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased online at www.theroguetheatre.org or by calling 551-2953.  

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