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Dermot Mulroney makes a stop at Cape Rep Theatre

Bob Tucker

Dermot Mulroney (left), shown with the Improper Bostonian’s Jonathan Soroff, was at the Cape Rep Theatre on Monday.

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Actor Dermot Mulroney, who’ll star with Julia Roberts and Meryl Streep in a film version of “August: Osage County” later this year, was at the Cape Rep Theatre on Monday with his mom, Ellen, an Orleans dweller. The night featured a reading by Ellen of Christine Emmert’s “Peter Pan’s Mother” and a Q&A with Dermot led by the Improper Bostonian’s Jonathan Soroff, who just released the book “Crimes of Fashion.” The night’s audience included Oscar-winner and Kingston resident Chris Cooper (who also has a role in “August”), Cooper’s actress-writer wife, Marianne Leone Cooper, and Cape Rep Theatre’s producing artistic director Janine Perry.

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