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Bertha Peele (played by Pam Mould), left, and Percy Peele (Steven Mould) talk Monday in a scene from the play 'Out in Left Field' by Lela Chesson. A staged reading of the play will be offered at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Nash Arts Center in Nashville.
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Bertha Peele (played by Pam Mould), left, and Percy Peele (Steven Mould) talk Monday in a scene from the play 'Out in Left Field' by Lela Chesson. A staged reading of the play will be offered at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Nash Arts Center in Nashville.

Satire lays bare modern discrimination

By Tyler Kes
Staff Writer

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In Lela Chesson’s play “Out in Left Field,” the main character has to deal with being different in the 1940s, as his family comes to terms with the terrible secret he has been hiding: He is left-handed.

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