Opening night curtain call for 'The North Pool'

Babak Tafti and Stephen Barker Turner - Opening night curtain call for 'The North Pool' at the Vineyard Theatre - New York, NY, United States - Wednesday 6th March 2013 (1 Picture)


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Stephen Barker Turner and Babak Tafti
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