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WOMENWOMEN by Chiara Atik

Directed by Stephanie Ward

9/5 to 10/25

Thursdays, Fridays and
Saturdays at 8:00 pm

6320 Santa Monica Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA. 90038

Combined Artform and Matthew Quinn present the return of WOMEN. After a sold-out run in New York City and the Hollywood Fringe Festival, WOMEN, written by Chiara Atik and directed by Stephanie Ward, is returning to Los Angeles for an extended run at Theater Asylum with a brand new LA-based cast, running August 28th through October 25th. Official opening is Friday September 5, with a reception to follow.

Jo March really thinks she could be the voice of her generation….or at least, a voice, of a generation. This fast paced comedy is a mash-up of Louisa May Alcott’s classic book, Little Women, and HBO’s critically acclaimed TV show “Girls”, delivering a smartly crafted and hilarious 55 minute comedy masterpiece.
WOMEN originated as a full length piece in New York City at the Kraine Theater in January-Feb of 2014 after it garnered attention at #serials, a late night episodic competition at the Flea Theater. It then transferred to The People’s Improv Theater, where it was extended. In June WOMEN came to the Hollywood Fringe Festival and took home Top of the Fringe, Best Comedy, the BLIFF Award (The Bitter Lemons Irreverent Fringe Femmes) and The THIRTY90NE Golden Elephant Awards for Golden Production.

New York Times Critics Pick. New York Magazine’s approval matrix pegged it as “High Brow and Brilliant,” and Gothamist calls it “Hysterical.”

Come see what all the buzz is about!
Learn More at http://bit.ly/WomenShow
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/womentheshow
TICKETS: http://bit.ly/bethdies
#BethDies #LAThtr

Schachner imageSCHACHNER VS. SCHACHNER by Abby Schacnher

9/12 to 10/24
Fridays at 8:00 pm
55 minute show

Theatre Asylum (Asylum Lab)
6320 Santa Monica Blvd
(one block west of Santa Monica Blvd and Vine, enter on Lillian)

Co-direction and Technical Design by J Warner

Abby Schachner, creator of nine solo shows covering topics ranging from fear to eating disorders to abortions, Abby is back (smack!) with Schachner Vs. Schachner— a show where she gets ‘in the ring’ with herself, her past, and her parents newspaper-worthy divorce—which includes a hitman, an undercover cop, and a story that’s as juicy as a Dateline episode.

Set in a boxing ring, Abby pummels her past and picks her own brains apart all in search for the ‘Truth’. Will Abby end up like Jon Voight in The Champ, or will she rise up like Rocky and move on from her past?

Nominated for BEST SOLO SHOW Fringe Freak Award,
BEST FEMALE PERFORMANCE Spirit of the Fringe Award and PICK OF THE FRINGE! by Combined Artform for Schachner Vs. Schachner!
Winner of ‘Best Solo Comedy’ at the San Francisco Fringe
for both ‘The Anything Show’ and ‘Shadow Kissers’, Come see a solo artist who means business!

And come see why Schachner Vs. Schachner was consistently the #1 audience reviewed show at this year’s Hollywood Fringe.

“Tragic” “Hilarious” “Heartbreaking”

Feel the love…

TICKETS ONLY $10 — bring a friend, only $15

Schachner Vs. Schachner (facebook), Abby Schachner (facebook) @abbyschach

300x200_LHF_AdLOW HANGING FRUIT, by Robin Bradford

9/20 to 10/26
Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 p.m
Sundays at 2:00 p.m.

Zephyr On Melrose
Hollywood Area
7456 Melrose Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90046

Directed by Lee Sankowich

In Robin Bradford’s new play, “Low-Hanging Fruit,” four homeless women live on the mean streets of LA’s Skid Row. All are combat veterans of Iraq/Afghanistan, and trust each other because of shared experiences in the military. None of them are equipped to handle what awaits them away from the security of the service and the quasi-security of the private encampment they’ve nicknamed “The Taj Mahal.” When one of the women befriends a young runaway, she breaks the group’s most basic rule: no one allowed in camp but ex-military


Little-Man-Web-PicLITTLE MAN by Bekah Brunstetter

10/17 to 10/26
Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 pm
Sundays at 2:00 pm

McCadden Place Theater
1157 N McCadden Place
Los Angeles, CA 90038

Produced by Eddie Vona with the Los Angeles New Court Theatre, Directed by Kyle Hester.

Howie (known to high school bullies as “Little Man”) has spent the last decade trying to forget the traumas of high school. But when an invitation to his ten year reunion arrives, he hops on a plane home to discover just what happened to the jocks, the prom queens and the social outcasts—and whether anyone cares that he’s a millionaire now. As the alcohol flows and the music blares, these old classmates will struggle to prove to one another that they are so much more than they seemed to be in high school.

Starring Josie Adams, Brandon Bales, Marianna Caldwell, Jordan Mann, David Silavin and Eddie Vona.

Lighting: Johnny Yoder. Costumes: Scarlet Moreno. Set Design: Joe C. Klug.

$20 General Admission, $15 if purchased online at Brown Paper Tickets
@LANCTheatre #littlemanLA
Get tickets here: http://littlemanla.bpt.me/

SYC imageThe Comedy of Errors: Re-imagined by Mary King

10/29 and 10/30 at 7:00 pm

The Miles Playhouse
1211 4th St
Santa Monica, CA 90401

Playbox Theatre of the U.K’s Founding Director Mary King directs Playbox’ s Shakespeare Young Company U.S. Premiere of The Comedy of Errors: Re-imagined. – An original and non-verbal staging, infused with the spirit of Shakespeare’s clowns, commedia dell’arte and circus clowns of today. Part of Shakespeare Young Company 450 Tour produced by Santa Monica Playhouse & Playbox Theatre at The Miles Playhouse in Santa Monica.

Wednesday’s performance followed by a talk back. Panelists include Lisa Volpe (LA Women’s Shakespeare Company), Tony Cronin (An American Shakespeare Company) and UK screen personality Victoria Baxter.

Thursday’s performance followed by a 9pm performance of Shakespeare’s Wronged Women – a group session of the women of Shakespeare’s plays.

Performances are part of the Santa Monica Playhouse Annual “Hands Across the Sea” Free Festival of Theatre and are sponsored in part by the City of Santa Monica and the Santa Monica Arts Commission.

Tickets are Free but reservations are required and can be made online at http://SantaMonicaPlayhouse.com or call 310-394-9779 x1

what of the night imageWHAT OF THE NIGHT by Maria Irene Fornes

10/10 to 11/2
Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 pm
Sundays at 7:00 pm

520 North Western Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90004

WHAT OF THE NIGHT? is a poignant saga chronicling the life of Birdie and her family as they traverse the moral and financial bankruptcy that is poverty. Destitute and isolated, a 14-year old Birdie makes the brave decision to leave her family. “I want something from life!” she cries as she abandons her loved ones in hopes of finding something more than sickness and crime. This decision propels Birdie, her family, and the viewer into a 60-year journey where estranged family and friends entwine and collide in poetic stories of love, impoverishment, and dreams. Maria Irene Fornes delivers a masterful piece of theatre that entertains us, humors us, breaks our hearts, and ultimately challenges us to examine our own complicity in the unbridled divide between the haves and the have nots across America today.

Maria Irene Fornes is a celebrated Cuban-American avant garde playwright and director and was a leading figure of the Off-Off-Broadway movement in the 1960s. Fornes’ themes often focus on poverty and feminism, and she has won a total of nine Obie Awards throughout her writing career. Other notable works include Fefu and her Friends, Mud, Letters from Cuba, Sarita, Promenade, and The Successful Life of 3.

What of the Night? features Linn Bjorland, Laura Caudill, *Joseph Culliton, Elitia Daniels, Kathleen Hagerty, Lisa Jai, Steve Madar, Gina Manziello, *Alex Marshall-Brown, Thaddeus Shaffer, and Marc Pelina.

Production staff includes Caitlin Hart, director; Matthew G. Hill, scenic/projection design; Nick Kunin, projection design assistant; Matt Richter, lighting design; Martin Carrillo, sound design; Traci LaDue, costume design, Delaney Poe, costume design assistant; Jen Albert, fight/stunt choreographer; Kara Karstedt, choreogrpaher; Nicholas Ruiz, makeup design; Jenna Clarke, stage manager; Madison-Margaret Huckaby, ASM/propsmaster; Pete Sauber, technical director; Sabina Ptasznik, producer; Danielle Gonzales, associate producer.


*Appearing Courtesy Actors’ Equity Association
http://thevagrancy.com/what- of-the-night/
Tickets at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/830823

4000Miles_4c4000 Miles by Amy Herzog

9/26 to 11/8
Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 pm
Sundays at 2:30 pm
Dark on Friday, October 31 (Halloween)

Special closing day matinee on Saturday, November 8 at 2:30 pm

Sierra Madre Playhouse
87 W. Sierra Madre Blvd.
Sierra Madre, CA 91024.

Ample free parking behind theatre.

4000 MILES – After suffering a major loss while on a cross-country bike trip, 21 year-old Leo seeks refuge with his feisty 91 year-old grandmother Vera in her West Village apartment. Over the course of a single month, these unlikely roommates infuriate, bewilder, and ultimately reach each other. 4000 MILES looks at how two outsiders find their way in today’s world. Author Amy Herzog was nominated for a 2013 Pulitzer Prize for 4000 MILES and Time Magazine called it “the best play of the year.” LA Premiere Production.

Directed by Christian Lebano. Produced by Estelle Campbell and Christian Lebano for Sierra Madre Playhouse.

ADMISSION: $25. Seniors (65+), $22. Youth (16-22), $15. Not recommended for children under 16 because of adult themes and situations.


(626) 355-4318. TICKETS:  www.sierramadreplayhouse.org

twitter_profile_logoGLO 2014 — One-Act Plays by Jennie Webb, Allie Costa, Alex Dilks Pandola, and Julianne Homokay

presented by Green Light Productions

11/6 to 11/9
Thursday – Saturday, 8pm

Sunday, 2pm

The Miles Memorial Playhouse
1130 Lincoln Blvd
Santa Monica

Four witty, funny, powerful one-act plays written and directed by Los Angeles-based women

Buying a House by Jennie Webb and directed by Jen Bloom

Femme Noir by Allie Costa and directed by Ricka Fisher

Juiced by Alex Dilks Pandola and directed by Liz Hinlein

Sisters Lunching by the Seaside by Julianne Homokay and directed by Katherine James

$15 general $10 students/seniors

FREE PARKING at 808 Wilshire Structure (entrance on Lincoln)

@GreenLightPros #GLO2014

better imageBETTER by Jessica Goldberg

10/4 to 11/9
Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 pm
Sundays at 7:00 pm

The Echo Theater
3269 Casitas Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90039

WORLD PREMIERE of Jessica Goldberg’s new play!

Annie leaves her husband behind in New York City and returns to her small town childhood home to escape marital discord and visit her father who is dying of cancer. As she reconnects with her family and old friends, secrets are revealed, wine is drunk, songs are sung, relationships rekindle and ultimately, family prevails.

Jessica Goldberg’s BETTER is a wonderfully funny, beautifully poignant and wildly affirming examination of loss and love in our complex, perplexing time.


TICKETS: https://echotheater.tixato.com/buy/

VillaThrilla200VILLA THRILLA by Anna Nicholas

10/18 to 11/23
Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 pm
Sundays at 3:00 pm

Atwater Village Theatre
3269 Casitas Ave
Atwater Village, CA 90039

Ring in the holidays with a hilarious seasonal twist on the classic English murder mystery. Austin Powers meets The Sopranos by way of Agatha Christie to produce a merry, madcap mystery “thrilla.” Former mob boss Mickey Detoro has invited gangster couple Tony and Donna Bonifacio to a holiday party at the once magnificent Thrilla mansion (voice of Camilla Thrilla by Doris Roberts). Meanwhile, the villa is filled with actors who think that Tony and Donna are part of their murder mystery party.

General Admission: $32

ThisIsBanned-finalversionTHIS IS BANNED featuring two shows, RESET and WINCHESTER by Samantha Macher

10/24 to 11/29
Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 pm

NoHo Actors Studio
5215 Lankershim Blvd
(at Magnolia above Pit Fire Pizza)
North Hollywood, CA 91601

This is Banned is a fully immersive evening of ghosts, robots and otherwise dangerous theatre. Set in two worlds hundreds of years apart, this world premiere event written by acclaimed playwright Samantha Macher (To The New Girl, Warbride), is a brutal look at war in a dystopian future, and the haunting of firearm heiress Sarah Winchester. This is Banned is produced by the critically acclaimed A Theatre Connection and SkyPilot Theatre Company.

Tickets are $20 (save $5 with promo code LAFPI).
Call 800-838-3006 or go to www.Atheatreconnection.com

reasons_square-800-TITLEonlyREASONS TO LIVE by Meryl Cohn

10/17 to 11/30/14
Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 pm
Sundays at 3:00 pm

Skylight Theatre
1816 ½ North Vermont
Los Angeles, CA 90027

At the Silverstein wedding, crazy is relative. Jane’s groom has gone missing. Her sister Emily’s “life partner” may be just a one-night stand. Her brother lives upstairs in his pajamas selling something suspicious—and Mom tries to rally the troops by singing show tunes. But, when a surprise arrives, the family may just find the meaning they’ve been desperately seeking.

A co-production with Open Fist Theatre Company.

Directed by Susan Morgenstern

$30 at http://www.skylighttix.com

Stop_Kiss_EblastSTOP KISS by Diana Son

11/4 to 11/30

11/4 to 11/8
Tuesdays to Fridays 8:00 pm
Saturdays 4:00 and 8:00 pm

11/11 to 11/30
Tuesdays to Fridays 8:00 pm
Saturdays 4:00 and 8:00 pm
Sundays 2:00 and 7:00 pm

Pasadena Playhouse
39 S. El Molino Ave.
Pasadena, CA 91101

Starring Sharon Leal and Angela Lin
With John Sloan, Brandon Scott, Amanda Carlin and Jeff De Serrano
Directed by Seema Sueko

STOP KISS marks The Playhouse directorial debut of Seema Sueko, who joined The Playhouse staff in January 2014. Originally produced Off-Broadway at The Public Theater, with a cast including Sandra Oh and Jessica Hecht, this critically acclaimed play received the GLAAD Media Award for Best New York Production. STOP KISS tells the story of Sara and Callie, who are walking through New York City’s West Village late at night when they share their first kiss. This leads to a vicious attack by an angry bystander, in which Sara is horribly injured. Throughout STOP KISS, relationships are explored, formed, and even ended. Diana Son elaborates on the depths of human emotion and compassion.

Join us on Friday, November 14 for LA FPI Night! A limited number of 1/2 price tix plus Micro-Reads from LA FPI writers and mixing with Playhouse artists after the performance!  Tickets & Info here: http://www.pasadenaplayhouse.org/box-office/mainstage/stop-kiss-lafpi-night.html

TALKBACK TUESDAYS at The Playhouse is a post-show series in which a panel of community experts and esteemed guests discuss and explore selected themes of the show with the audience.

November 11, 18, and 25, 2014. For more information: http://www.pasadenaplayhouse.org/community/talkback-tuesdays-at-the-playhouse.html

POST-SHOW at The Playhouse: A series of post-show talk-backs immediately following a performance on the Mainstage including members of the cast and crew, as well as any creative or design team members who are present. POST-SHOW at The Playhouse acts as a question and answer session between the audience and the participating members of the production.

Tickets are available online at PasadenaPlayhouse.org or by calling 626-356-7529.


(626) 356-7529

orejane_redO RÉJANE by Ilana Turner

11/14 to 12/6
Thursday 11/20 and 12/4 7:30 pm (no show 11/27)
Fridays and Saturdays at 7:30 pm
Sundays at 3:00 pm

Bootleg Theater
2220 Beverly Blvd.
LA, CA 90057

O Réjane world premieres November 14, 2014 at LA’s Bootleg Theater to take audiences into the life of an indomitable woman of strength and passion. Réjane, a remarkable French actress and theater impresario, revolutionized French culture, fashion and socio-politics in the Belle Époque, while coming to grips with the fact that for her, life did equal art. Conceived and written by Ilana Turner, O Réjane features original music by Réjane’s great-great-granddaughter Adrien Reju and Sébastien Miel of the French band La Maison Tellier. Directed by Christopher Sivertsen, Artistic Director of UN-certified Swedish company Awake Projects. Starring Cara Pifko, Patrick Wenk-Wolff, Joseph Will, Cecilia de Rico, Ilana Turner and Valerie McCann. Sets and costumes by Alex Berry. Lighting design by Brandon Baruch. O Réjane is sponsored, in part, by French Morning.

www.orejane.com www.facebook.com/rejaneproject @rejaneproject
Tickets on sale Oct. 14, 2014

WeddingBand200Wedding Band: A Love/Hate Story in Black and White by Alice Childress

10/18 to 12/7
Thursdays and Fridays at 8:00 pm
Saturdays at 2:00 pm and 8:00 pm
Sundays at 2:00 pm

5112 Lankershim Blvd.
North Hollywood CA, 91601
(1½ blocks south of Magnolia)

As the great war rages in Europe, two lovers risk their lives for the right to marry. Set in 1918 on South Carolina’s Gullah Coast, Wedding Band is the profoundly poignant and affecting story of Julia and Herman who yearn to be together as husband and wife, but are held apart by society’s mores and laws prohibiting interracial marriage. Gregg T. Daniel directs a fully partner-cast revival.

Thursdays and Fridays: $30
Saturdays and Sundays: $34
Previews: $15

Pay-What-You-Can Fridays: Oct. 24, Oct. 31, Nov.7

NightMother200‘NIGHT, MOTHER by Marsha Norman

11/1 to 12/14
Saturdays at 8:00 pm
Sundays at 3:00 pm

The Lost Studio
130 South La Brea Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90036

Marsha Norman’s gripping two-hander, winner of the Pulitzer Prize, is an intense, edge-of-your-seat drama that will keep audiences guessing the outcome until the very end. A supposedly normal evening in the mother-daughter Cates household is shattered when 40-something Jessie announces to Mama that she plans to kill herself before the night is over. Over the course of 90 minutes, in real time, Thelma desperately works to convince her daughter that life is worth living. Nov. 1 – Dec. 14


The-Gun-Show-Los-Angeles-small-posterTHE GUN SHOW by EM Lewis

11/1 to 12/14
Usually Saturdays and Sundays
Check tickets for exact times/dates

Moving Arts
1822 Hyperion Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90027

From a farming community in rural Oregon to the big cities of Los Angeles and New York, playwright EM Lewis takes aim at her own relationship with firearms in The Gun Show. Veteran performer Chuma Gault shares Ms. Lewis’s unique perspective and true stories about America’s most dangerous pastime as if they were his own, with brutal honesty and poignant humor. Leaning neither right nor left, “The Gun Show” jumps into the middle of the gun control debate, and asks “Can we have a conversation about this?”

Award-winning playwright EM Lewis returns to Los Angeles with the west coast premiere of “The Gun Show,“ directed by Moving Arts’ artistic director Darin Anthony and starring Chuma Gault. After enjoying critical acclaim in Chicago for its world premiere, Lewis’s provocative and heartbreakingly honest examination of the issues surrounding the gun debate receives its west coast premiere at Moving Arts.

http://movingarts.org/the-gun-show/ #TheGunShowLA @MovingArts
TICKETS: https://acmemovingarts.secure.force.com/ticket#details_a0SG000000KaWwXMAV

SUPERNATURAL - IMAGE NEW 6.19.14SUPERNATURAL by Candace O. Kelley, Audrey Kelley, and Gilda Rogers

EXTENDED to 12/21
7/13 to 12/21
10/5, 10/19 and 10/26 at 6:00 pm
11/9 at 6:00 pm
11/16 and 11/23 at 5:00 pm
12/7, 12/14 and 12/21 at 6:00 pm

No Performances — 10/12, 11/2, or 11/30

Chromolume Theatre at the Attic
5429 W. Washington Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90016

Running time: 85 minutes. Talkback after each Performance.

Special Theatre Info: wheelchair/handicap access for theatre and bathroom

SUPERNATURAL: The Play takes you front and center to a natural hair meetup where women share how their hair journeys have shaped who they are today. If you haven’t heard, women of color around the world are meeting and talking about natural hair. They are doing it fabulously in droves through hair workshops, hair makeover experiences, hair lectures, hair product testings, and so much more. You name it and women are coming together to celebrate their natural hair. When they meet, they bare themselves by sharing their stories and exchanging information. Simply Google “natural hair meetup” and your search engine’s results will be explosive.


“Black women, especially black American women, have suffered in very unique ways that underline much of the pain of deciding whether or not to let their hair go natural.” –
Rich Quatrone, Strand Theater

“The journeys are very universal and they touch home with women of all textures and ethnic backgrounds.” –
Asia Martin, Journalist, Natural Hair Blogger

Special Events : Opening Night Swag Gift bags for the audience.

15 minute talkback follows each performance.

Half-price tickets for all seats on Sunday, August 31st for Labor Day performance.

Reservations (323) 960-7738

Tickets: https://www.plays411.net/newsite/show/play_info.asp?show_id=3867


SKB_400x640_FinalSERIAL KILLER BARBIE by Colette Freedman and Nickella Moschetti

11/7 to 12/21
Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00 pm
Sundays at 7:00 pm
Plus: Wednesday 11/12 at 8:00 pm
No Performance 11/14 or 11/15

NoHo Arts Center
11136 Magnolia Blvd.
N. Hollywood, CA 91601
Street Parking
Area Map

Quirky Barbara spends her life desperate to get in with the popular “Debbies.” From first grade through high school, she obsessively attempts to join the coveted social circle of Debbie, Debby and the queen of the WASPY clique, Debbi. After several failed attempts to fit in, she realizes, if you can’t join them, kill them. A hilarious and fast moving dark comedy, with original music including songs “21 Ways To Kill A Debbie”, Middle School Sucks” and “Price of Popularity”.

Special Theatre Info
wheelchair access
The theatre has concessions.

BUY TICKETS — https://www.plays411.net/newsite/boxoffice/cart.asp?show_id=4086&skin_show_id=&orgin=guest
$30.00 General admission

Special Show Info
Running time: 80 minutes.
(323) 960-5068



10710900_10103816170745056_2719892259438534751_nROADKILL by Karen JP Howes

Monday, October 20

The Blank Theater, Living Room Series
6500 Santa Monica, BLVD
Los Angeles
Street Parking. $10 donation at door.

Staged workshop directed by Jason Weiss

Staring Keshava Betts, Chad Buchanan, Laura Evans, Angela Henderson, Geoffrey Kennedy, Vivian Lamolli, Wes McGee, Doug Milliron, Katherine McNamara and Hannah Prichard


Suggested $10 donation. Please reserve your seat at info@theblank.com

musicofthemindMUSIC OF THE MIND by Allie Costa

Tuesday, October 21st at 7 PM – ONE NIGHT ONLY!

The Complex, Dorie Theatre
6476 Santa Monica Blvd
Hollywood, CA 90038

10 short plays have been selected for Play Club West’s 100 Minutes of Insanity event. Don’t miss Allie Costa’s newest offering!

Here are the 10 plays:
MUSIC OF THE MIND by Allie Costa
KILL ME, PLEASE! by Rhea MacCallum

POLLY by Ron Burch
FOR ALL THE MARBLES by Jeff Scot Carey
BACK ISSUES by Trace Crawford
PEACE FOR THE REST by Thomas J. Misuraca
THE ROBOTICS OF SEX by Jordan Rawlins



Resize of Currency Poster smallCURRENCY by Jennie Webb

Monday, October 27 8pm

The Word @ The Road

The Road on Magnolia
10747 Magnolia Boulevard
North Hollywood, CA 91601

Free parking in NoHo Senior Arts Colony lot.

Currency is a love story set in changing times of overextended trust and inflated intimacy. After sharing a night of unexpected romance, a 40-something couple is waylaid by even more surprises and left searching for value in a world that’s moving way too fast.

Directed by Jen Bloom

With Elizabeth Sampson, Mark Costello, Alissa Ford, Kevin Shipp, Susan Diol & Jennifer Finch

Reading is FREE; stay afterwards for wine, snacks and conversation!

Info: www,roadtheatre.org

@roadtheatre @jenniewebbsite



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