Director Anita Montgomery, left, and actor Cynthia Jones-Taylor work on Regina Taylor’s monologue for “Three Americans” at West of Lenin.
Director Anita Montgomery, left, and actor Cynthia Jones-Taylor work on Regina Taylor’s monologue for “Three Americans” at West of Lenin. A.J. Epstein Courtesy
Director Anita Montgomery, left, and actor Cynthia Jones-Taylor work on Regina Taylor’s monologue for “Three Americans” at West of Lenin. A.J. Epstein Courtesy

Tacoma actor Cynthia Jones-Taylor on why we need arts — and shows like “Three Americans”

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