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SS Chapter 19 | Works of Fiction by Chad Haakenson
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Emotional Creature at Berkeley Rep
Berkeley Rep is beaming to inst the world premiere of a coercive new play from Tony Award-winner Eve Ensler. arranged by Obie Award-winning musician Jo felon and performed by a talented dramatis personae of childly women, is made up of original monologues—and irresistible songs—about and for girls. Placing their stories squarely center stage, it gives chockful demonstration to their surreptitious voices and innermost thoughts, highlighting the diversity and commonality of the issues they face.