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David Mills Lowe reads "The Passionate Shepherd to his Love" by Christopher Marlowe

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David Mills Lowe, who currently lives in Missoula, is a multi-form performer and creator who has been a touring actor, a playwright, a sound designer, a projection designer, a director, an educator, a casting director, a father, a filmmaker, a singer, a musician and a podcaster. 

This week, Sam Manno is sharing poems on Pastoralism. Today's poet, Christopher Marlowe, is Shakespeare's most important predecessor in English drama, noted especially for his establishment of dramatic blank verse.

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