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Playwright and film director John Grissmer has written a play about the invention of Basketball by James Naismith in 1891. It’s a musical.
Yago Colás teaches comparative literature, philosophy, and the Cultures of Basketball at the University of Michigan. He’s reviewed the play:
“Basketball, The Musical,” Yago Colás, The Classical
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