Performing Arts

Bill C. Davis, whose play ‘Mass Appeal’ lived up to its title, dies at 69

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Bill C. Davis, a playwright whose Broadway debut — “Mass Appeal,” a two-hander about a middle-aged Catholic priest and a rebellious young seminarian — lived up to its title, earning two Tony nominations and becoming a staple of community theater, died Feb. 26 at a care center in Torrington, Conn. …

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