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Kaitlin Bauld, Megan Wacker, Margaret Sherbourne, Tia Laulusa and Lena Stepp (from left) rehearse a dance scene for the Western Oregon University production of "Lysistrata," which opens a four-day run tonight in Rice Auditorium.

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Relevant after 2,400 years

MONMOUTH -- "Make love, not war." The Greek playwright Aristophanes might not have known when he penned "Lysistrata" almost 2,400 years ago that his anti-war and sex comedy woul

MONMOUTH -- "Make love, not war." The Greek playwright Aristophanes might not have known when he penned "Lysistrata" almost 2,400 years ago that his anti-war and sex comedy would resonate with generations that have followed.

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