Tom Jacobson, left, wasn't the only one inspired by Europe. His partner, painter Ramone Muñoz, was f

LOS ANGELES, CA, AUGUST 19, 2017 -- Los Angeles playwright Tom Jacobson, left, and his life partner Ramone Munoz rest underneath a painting by Munoz titled, "Hurlers and Mine Shafts, 2010 in their home in Los Angeles on August 19, 2017. Jacobson's plays are inspired by history, literature, art and personal life. His latest play, "Walking to Buchenwald," was inspired by a trip that Jacobson and Munoz took with Jacobson's parents to Europe, as the characters in the play do, and one of the characters works for a natural history museum. By day, Jacobson is a fundraiser for the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. Munoz' piece was inspired by the same trip. (Genaro Molina/Los Angeles Times) ATTENTION EDITOR: Please place a tilde over the "n" in Munoz' name for me. Thanks.
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