Rhonda Boutt&eacute; performs Samuel Beckett\'s&nbsp;<em>Rockaby</em>&nbsp;at Kitchen Dog Theater

Places! Oct. 6-12, 2016

It's our weekly list of performing arts events opening on local stages. Plus, the rundown of last-chance shows.

published Thursday, October 6, 2016

Welcome to our weekly mega-list of performing arts happenings on TheaterJones! It covers a Thursday-to-Wednesday cycle and rounds up our picks for the best theater, classical music, opera, dance, comedy, spoken word/poetry and performing arts on film that are opening on North Texas stages and in movie theaters. Of all the local print and/or digital publications out there, it's the only weekly list of best bets that covers the range of performing arts—and only performing arts.

This week: Kitchen Dog Theater goes on with its favorite playwright, Dallas Black Dance Theatre does its annual tribute to African dance, WingSpan Theatre Company drops some Breadcrumbs, and there are season-opening shows at Stage West, WaterTower Theatre, PrismCo. Also, Radiohead songs performed by classical pianists.

This list doesn't have everything happening in this week's cycle, but we've hit the highlights. For more listings, click the red calendar button at the top right of the page, and then you'll see a search function where you can search for events by presenting company, venue, title, description, date range and more options. Keep looking at the calendar over the next few weeks as we'll be entering all the new seasons for the arts organizations, so it will grow again!

Note: Theater productions that have opened in a previous cycle and are in the middle of the run are not in the list below, but you can find them in the listings (see paragraph above). When a show is in its final weekend, we'll mention it in the "Last Chance" section of Places!

Get out and support the arts!




 THU OCT 6  thru  WED OCT 12 


Photo: Matt Mzorek
The ensemble of A Stain Upon the Silence: Beckett's Bequest at Kitchen Dog Theater


 1  A Stain Upon the Silence: Beckett's Bequest

Kitchen Dog Theater | Trinity River Arts Center, Dallas

The Kitchen Dogs love them some Samuel Beckett. The theater's name comes from his play Waiting for Godot, arguably the most important play of the 20th century. Over 25 years, the K-Dogs have done Godot and Happy Days, as well as two evenings of short Beckett plays: Footballs and Play in the early '90sl and in 1997, Not I, Act Without Words II and Krapp's Last Tape. What's interesting about this compilation, opening the 26th season, is that while there are two Beckett pieces, A Piece of Monologue and Rockaby, the other works are by playwrights inspired by Beckett. They include Tongues by Sam Shepard and Joseph Chaikin; the regional premieres of Pickling by Suzan-Lori Parks and Behold the Coach, in a Blazer, Uninsured by Will Eno; and the world premiere of Abe Koogler's Lisa, My Friend, commissioned by KDT. Directed by Tim Johnson, the ensemble features KDT Artistic Company Members Rhonda Boutté and Max Hartman alongside John S. Davies and Janielle Kastner. Note that this is the first show at Kitchen Dog Theater's new temporary home at the Trinity River Arts Center, which is likely to be KDT's home base for at least a couple of seasons until they get a newly purchased building in the Northern Design District renovated. | Oct. 7-29

» More info in our listing

» Our preview of new work in DFW this fall



 2  DanceAfrica

Dallas Black Dance Theatre | Dallas City Performance Hall + Annette Strauss Square

Dallas Black Dance Theatre presents its annual celebration of African dance, featuring "Baba" Chuck Davis and the DBDT company, plus drummers and more. On Saturday in the day, there's a free marketplace and festival in Annette Strauss Square, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. | DanceAfrica performances are 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Oct. 7-8

» More info in our listing


Photo: Lowell Sargeant
Breadcrumbs at WingSpan Theatre Company


 3  Breadcrumbs

WingSpan Theatre Company | Bath House Cultural Center

WingSpan Theatre Company's fall production is the area premiere of Breadcrumbs by Jennifer Haley, the playwright of the red-hot The Nether, seen at Stage West earlier this year. In Breadcrumbs, fairytales are a vehicle for solving a mystery. Susan Sargeant directs; Stephanie Dunnam and Catherine DuBord star. | Previews Thursday, Oct. 6; opens Friday, Oct. 7 and runs through Oct. 21

» More info in our listing

» Our story about fairytales in theater this fall


Photo: Nancy Churnin
Ann at Stage West


Photo: Kelsey Leigh Ervi
Brian Mathis in Ring of Fire at WaterTower Theatre

 4  Ann

Stage West, Fort Worth

Stage West opens its season with a timely political play, Holland Taylor's Ann, about Texas governor Ann Richards, starring Linda Kay Leonard and directed by Dana Schultes. This is the first production of the play that doesn't have the Emmy-winning Taylor—who has done the play in Texas, Chicago, D.C., and on Broadwayin the title role. | Previews Thursday and Friday, Oct. 6 and 7; opens Saturday, Oct. 8 and runs through Nov. 6

» More info in our listing

» Our interview with Linda Kay Leonard


 5  Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash

WaterTower Theatre | Addison Theatre Center

WaterTower Theatre's first full season without Terry Martin at the helm opens with the regional premiere of this revue of Johnny Cash songs, created by Richard Maltby Jr. and conceived by William Meade. This production is directed by B.J. Cleveland and the cast features Spencer Baker, Ian Ferguson, Sonny Franks, Katrina Kratzer and Brian Mathis. | Previews Friday-Sunday, Oct. 7-9; opens Monday, Oct. 10 and runs through Oct. 30

Photo: The Striped Heart
Midas from PrismCo

» More info in our listing


 6  Midas

PrismCo | Oak Cliff Cultural Center

PrismCo, the area's only theater devoted to telling stories through movement and not words, presents its latest creation, this one by Katy Tye and based on the myth of King Midas, who touched stuff and turned it into gold. | Previews Friday, Oct. 7; opens Saturday, Oct. 8 and runs through Oct. 23

» More info in our listing

» Our preview of new work in DFW this fall

» Our Work in Progress feature on Midas


 7  The Incident

The Drama Club | Bryant Hall on the Kalita Humphreys Theater campus

After making a memorable return to the scene last year with an original take on Faust, The Drama Club is back with not one but two original shows, running in repertory. One of them, Wild, Wicked, Wyrd: Fairytale Time, opens in next week's cycle so we'll have more on it in next week's Places! Before that is The Incident, a one-man play written and performed by one of Dallas' most beloved actors, Terry Vandivort. Cameron Cobb directs this autobiographical tale of a man who, over several decades in Dallas, tries to solve a personal mystery. | Oct. 10-29

» More info in our listing

» Our preview of new work in DFW this fall


Photo: Jeffrey Schmidt
Terry Vandivort wrote and stars in The Incident

 8  Les Arts Florissants

Dallas Bach Society + New York Baroque Dance Company | Southern Methodist University, Owens Fine Arts Center, Caruth Auditorium

The Dallas Bach Society presents Marc Antoine Charpentier's 1685 work Les Arts Florissants, fully staged with costumes and new choreography by Catherine Turocy of the New York Baroque Dance Company for eight dancers and eight singers, plus the Dallas Bach Orchestra.  | 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8

» More info in our listing


 9  American Piano

The Cliburn | The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

Six local pianists (Jeff Lankov, Carol Leone, Shields-Collins Bray, Jonathan Tsay, Pamela Mia Paul, and Evan Mitchell) will perform works by living American composers that we written within the last 20 years, including works by John Adams, Jennifer Higdon, Steven Stucky and Robert Xavier Rodriguez, and even transcriptions of Radiohead songs by Christopher O’Reilly. Plus, a special performance of Ingrid Stölzel’s In the Midst, which she composed in memory of Van Cliburn in 2013. | 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8

» More info in our listing


 10  A German Requiem

Dallas Symphony Orchestra | Meyerson Symphony Center

Jaap van Zweden conducts Brahms' A German Requiem, featuring the Dallas Symphony Chorus, soprano Lisette Oropesa and baritone Matthias Goerne. Also on the program is Bartók's Piano Concerto No. 3, with pianist Yuja Wang. | 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 6 and Saturday, Oct. 8; and 2:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 9

» More info in our listing


Photo: Norbert Kniat
Pianist Yuja Wang


 11  Carmen + Danse à grand vitesse

Texas Ballet Theater | Bass Performance Hall, Fort Worth

Texas Ballet Theater opened with this program in Dallas several weeks ago, and now Carlos Acosta's Carmen and Christopher Wheeldon's Danse à Grande Vitesse come to Bass Performance Hall, Fort Worth. The Symphony Musicians of Fort Worth, conducted by Miguel Harth-Bedoya, will accompany. That's the same musicians of the Fort Worth Symphony, but they're on strike under that name. Miguel Harth-Bedoya conducts. | 8 p.m. Friday; 2 and 8 p.m. Saturday; 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 7-9

» More info in our listing

» Our interview with Carlos Acosta

» Our review of the Dallas performance

Photo: Sharen Bradford/The Dancing Image
Christopher Wheeldon's Danse à grand vitesse performed by Texas Ballet Theater


 12  Arensio Hall + Linda Stogner

Arlington Improv

Not sure what to expect from this stand-up show with Arsenio Hall, who was big in the 1990s with his talk show and movie career. He was, and probably still is, funny. You don't just lose that. Local comic Linda Stogner is the opening act. | 8 and 10:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 7; and at 7 and 9:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8

» More info







Photo: Courtesy
Arsenio Hall


Collin Theatre Center opens its season with the Naomi Iizuka play. | Oct. 6-16

» More info in our listing


Matt Braunger

The comedian is at Hyena's Comedy Night Club Dallas. | Oct. 6-8

» More info


Jesus Midnite Castillo

The comedian is at the Arlington Improv.  | Oct. 6

» More info


The Deep Blue Sea

The National Theatre's revival of Terence Rattigan's drama, featuring Helen McCrory, screens in the NT Live series at the Angelika Film Centers in Dallas and Plano. See trailer below. | 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 6 and 2 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 12

» More info in our listing




Robert Hawkins

The comedian is at Hyena's Comedy Night Club Plano. | Oct. 6-8

» More info


Paul Hooper

The comedian is at Hyena's Comedy Night Club Fort Worth. | Oct. 6-8

» More info


Melissa's Choice

The University of North Texas presents Steven Somkin's play about abortion, in UNT's RFTV Building, Denton. | Oct. 6-16

» More info in our listing


Photo: Russian Grand Ballet
The Sleeping Beauty


The Sleeping Beauty

The Russian Grand Ballet is touring the country and brings its production of Tchaikovsky's s The Sleeping Beauty to the Eisemann Center in Richardson | 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 6

» More info in our listing


Steve Trevino

The comedian is at the Addison Improv. | Oct. 6-9

» More info





Citizen Drumpf

Matthew Lord and Kelley Poché Rodriguez's original musical about the current presidential election cycle, presented at 11 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays. | Oct. 7-Nov. 5

» More info in our listing

» Our preview of new work in DFW this fall


Daddy's Dyin' (Who's Got the Will?)

Theatre Coppell presents the Del Shores comedy. | Oct. 7-23

» More info in our listing



Lakeside Community Theatre in The Colony presents the Ira Levin thriller. | Oct. 7-22

» More info in our listing


The Evolution of the African American Spiritual

The Arlington Master Chorale presents an evening of African-American spirituals, featuring soloist J.E. McKissic, at Trinity United Methodist Church in Arlington in Friday and Saturday, and DeSoto Municipal City Hall on Sunday. | 7:30 p.m. Friday-Sunday, Oct. 7-9

» More info in our listing


Mary Poppins

Presented by Plaza Theatre Company, Cleburne. | Oct. 7-Nov. 12

» More info in our listing


Red, White and Tuna

Presented by Sherman Community Players at the Finley Theatre, Sherman. | Oct. 6-23

» More info in our listing

Twelfth Night

Presented by Bare Bones Shakespeare at Rover Dramawerks, Plano. | Oct. 7-15

» More info in our listing


Working: A Musical

This is opening night for the Stephen Schwartz musical based on the Studs Terkel stories of working folks in America; we wrote more about this in last week's Places! as it was in previews. | Oct. 7-30

» More info in our listing

» Read Mark Lowry's new interview with Bill Ray in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram


Photo: Buddy Myers
Working: A Musical at Jubilee Theatre




Chris D'Elia

Photo: Courtesy
Comedian Chris D'Elia is at the Majestic Theatre Saturday night

The comedian, known from TV's Undateable and Whitney comes to the Majestic Theatre, Dallas | 8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8

» More info


Tristan und Isolde

The Metropolitan Opera production of the Wagner opera, screened in the Met: Live in HD series in area movie theaters. It's five hours, with an intermission. | 11 a.m., Saturday, Oct. 8 and 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 12

» More info




After Orlando

The University of Texas at Dallas participates in a nationwide event featuring readings of short plays in response to the shooting at an Orlando gay club. The local playwrights participating are Brigham Mosely, Janielle Kastner, Ruth Cantrell and Paul Engle; national playwrights are Caridad Svich, Deborah Zoe Laufer, Ryen Gielen, Nathan Alan Davis, Debora Asiimwe, Anders Lustgarten, Cecilia Copeland, Tyler Darling, Katie Pearl, J. Julian Christopher, Jordan Tannahill. | 7 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 9

» More info in our listing


Butch Lord's Comedy Showcase

At Hyena's Comedy Night Club Dallas. | Oct. 9

» More info


Doktor Kaboom

Presented in the Family Series at Eisemann Center for the Performing Arts, Ricahrdson. | 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 9

» More info in our listing






Andy Long and Chris Watlington's musical based on Oscar Wilde's The Picture of Dorian Gray begins preview performances at Richland College, Dallas. | Previews Oct. 10-11; opens Oct. 17 and runs through Oct. 22

» More info in our listing

» Our preview of new work in DFW this fall





Photo: The Cliburn
Tomoki Sakata


Cabaret Tuesday

Denise Lee's weekly cabaret showcase at Two Corks and a Bottle, Dallas. | 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 11

» More info in our listing


Stained Brass

Dallas Winds presents music by Respighi, Rimsky-Korsakov, Hansen and others, at the Meyerson Symphony Center, Dallas. | 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 11

» More info in our listing


Tomoki Sakata

The pianist, a finalist in the 2013 Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, begins a series of free community performances in Fort Worth, presented by The Cliburn. | 12:15-1 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 11 in Sundance Square

» More info





Troupers: A Musical Vaudeville

Ann Healy researched vaudeville performers and wrote the book to this original musical about vaudevillians, presented by University of Texas at Arlington's theater department. | Oct. 12-16

» More info in our listing

» Our preview of new work in DFW this fall



Because Mark Lowry doesn't review a number of shows for either TheaterJones or the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, each week he'll mention something that he has seen (and possibly reviewed) that he highly recommends to you.


Photo: Katherine Owens
so go the ghosts of méxico, part one: a brave woman in méxico at Undermain Theatre


so go the ghosts of méxico, part one: a brave woman in méxico

If you haven't yet seen Matthew Paul Olmos' haunting first part of a trilogy, about a woman in a Mexican border town who becomes a sheriff, then you just have a few more performances at Undermain Theatre. It's especially worth seeing considering there will be parts two and three in subsequent seasons, and those will be world premieres developed at Undermain. | Closes Saturday

» The TheaterJones review by Teresa Marrero




Arlington Improv Open Mike

Free comedy open mike on Wednesdays at the Arlington Improv.  | 7 p.m. Wednesdays

» More info


Backdoor Comedy Open Mike

The Backdoor Comedy Club at the Doubletree Hotel in Dallas has weekly open mike stand-up. | 8:30 p.m. Thursdays

» Our listing, with times, ticket info, map and more


Fort Worth Poetry Slams Open Mike

Host Michael Guinn leads this weekly open mike; participants earn points to see who makes it to Cowtown's award-winning national slam team. You can also just go to watch and listen. | 8 p.m. Tuesdays through Dec. 22

» Our listing, with times, ticket info, map and more


Glitterbomb Denton

A weekly queer variety show that offers the "very best drag, burlesque, queerlesque, sideshow, magic and musical talent Denton has to offer," at Mable Peabody's Beauty Parlor and Chainsaw Repair, Denton | 9:30 p.m. Thursdays

» Our listing, with times, ticket info, map and more


Mama's Party

Amy Stevenson hosts a musical theater open mike event at the Uptown Theater in Grand Prairie. | 7:30 p.m. on select Mondays

» More info


Liz Mikel's Entertainer's Showcase

Dallas Theater Center company member Liz Mikel leads a jazz, R&B and show tune open mike every Monday at the Balcony Club, above the Lakewood Theater in East Dallas. | 9:30 p.m. Mondays

» More info


Open Classical

Bring an instrument (including your voice) and participate in this weekly classical music open mic. Events are in various locations in North Texas:

  • 8 p.m. every Tuesday at Buzzbrews Kitchen on Lemmon Avenue, Dallas
  • 8 p.m. first and third Mondays at Turkish Cafe, Plano
  • 8 p.m. second and fourth Mondays at Button's in Fort Worth

» Our listing, with times, ticket info, map and more


Open Mic Nite at Central

The Dallas Public Library Central Branch presents an open mic for musicians, poets and other performers. At the J. Erik Jonsson Library in downtown Dallas. | 5:30-7:30 p.m. on the first and third Thursdays of the month.

» More info






Photo: Karen Almond
Constellations at Dallas Theater Center


Bell,  Book and Candle

Presented by Runway Theatre, Grapevine | Closes Sunday

» More info in our listing



Presented by Dallas Theater Center at the Wyly Theatre, Sixth Floor Studio. | Closes Sunday

» Our review



Presented by Outcry Youth Theatre at Addison Theatre Center's Studio Theatre. | Closes Sunday

» More info in our listing



An all-female production, presented by Drag Strip Courage in the "Shakespeare in the Parking Lot" series at Arts Fifth Avenue, Fort Worth. | Closes Sunday

» More info in our listing


so go the ghosts of méxico, part one: a brave woman in méxico

Presented by Undermain Theatre, Dallas. | Closes Saturday

» Our review


Songs from Shows You'll Never See at Artisan

Presented by Artisan Center Theater, Hurst. | Closes Saturday

» More info in our listing






  1. Garland Civic Theatre presents Tenderly: The Rosemary Clooney Musical | Oct. 13-Nov. 5
  2. MBS Productions presents Slave Letters at the Stone Cottage in Addison | Oct. 13-Nov. 6
  3. Dallas Children's Theater presents Dracula | Oct. 14-29
  4. Teatro Dallas presents The Seige of Numantia | Oct. 14-Nov. 5
  5. Stolen Shakespeare Guild presents repertory productions of A Doll's House and Tartuffe at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center, Sanders Theatre | Oct. 14-30
  6. Theatre Arlington presents Blithe Spirit | Oct. 21-Nov. 6
  7. Circle Theatre presents Funnyman | Oct. 20-Nov. 19
  8. Cara Mía Theatre Company and Theater Mitu present Juàrez: A Documentary Mythology at the Latino Cultural Center | Oct. 20-23
  9. The tour of The Phantom of the Opera comes to Bass Performance Hall in Fort Worth | Oct. 20-30
  10. Amphibian Stage Productions presents the world premiere of Kathleen Culebro's Smart Pretty Funny | Oct. 20-Nov. 13
  11. Bishop Arts Theatre Center presents Lynn Nottage's Ruined | Oct. 20-30
  12. Plano's Rover Dramawerks presents Think Twice | Oct. 20-Nov. 12
  13. Brick Road Theatre presents The Light in the Piazza at the Courtyard Theatre in Plano | Oct. 21-30
  14. Greater Lewisville Community Theatre presents David Mamet's November | Oct. 21-Nov. 6
  15. The Music Theatre of Denton presents Shrek the Musical at the Campus Theatre, Denton | Oct. 21-28
  16. Onstage in Bedford presents Vanya & Sonia & Masha & Spike | Oct. 21-Nov. 6
  17. Contemporary Theatre of Dallas presents As We Lie Still | Oct. 28-Nov. 20
  18. The Ochre House presents Kevin Grammer's Dreaming Electric | Oct. 29-Nov. 19



  1. LakeCities Ballet presents Le Ballet du Dracula at MCL Grand Theater, Lewisville | Oct. 14-15
  2. Angels of Dance presents "Dancing for the Cure" at Dallas City Performance Hall | Oct. 23
  3. TITAS presents Estampas Porteñas Tango at Dallas City Performance Hall | Oct. 28-29
  4. Dallas Neo-Classical Ballet performs works inspired by the film Suspiria at the Texas Theatre | Oct. 31
  5. Dallas Black Dance Theatre presents Director's Choice at the Wyly Theatre, Dallas | Nov. 4-6
  6. The SMU Meadows Dance Ensemble presents its Fall Concert at SMU | Nov. 9-13
  7. Bruce Wood Dance Project presents Six at Dallas City Performance Hall | Nov. 11-12
  8. Dark Circles Contemporary Dance presents its Fall Series at Southern Methodist University, Bob Hope Theatre | Nov. 18-20
  9. Beckles Dancing Company presents Autumn 18 at the South Dallas Cultural Center | Nov. 18-19



  1. The Dallas Symphony presents Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 4 at the Meyerson Symphony Center | Oct. 13-16
  2. The Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth presents Atrium Quartet at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth | Oct. 15
  3. The Fine Arts Chamber Players season opens at Dallas Museum of Art | Oct. 15
  4. Orpheus Chamber Singers present An American Century at Highland Park Presbyterian Church | Oct. 16
  5. Dallas Chamber Music Society's season opens with the Chiara String Quartet at SMU, Caruth Auditorium | Oct. 17
  6. The Dallas Chamber Symphony presents an original score to Murnau's film Sunrise at City Performance Hall | Oct. 18
  7. The Voices of Change season opens at SMU, Caruth Auditorium | Oct. 24
  8. The Cliburn presents Haochen Zhang and the Brentano Quarter at the Kimbell Art Museum | Oct. 27-28 
  9. The Dallas Opera season opens with Tchaikovsky's Eugene Onegin at the Winspear Opera House | Oct. 28-Nov 3
  10. The Dallas Symphony performs Fantasia Pops at the Meyerson Symphony Center | Oct. 28-30



  1. Nikki Glaser comes to the Addison Improv | Oct. 14-15
  2. Bobcat Goldthwait comes to Hyena's Fort Worth (Oct. 20-21) and Hyena's Plano (Oct. 22)
  3. Flight of the Conchords comes to Verizon Theatre, Grand Prairie | Oct. 26
  4. Craig Shoemaker "The Lovemaster" comes to the Addison Improv. | Oct. 27-29
  5. Unelectable You: The Second City's Completely Unbiased Political Revue comes to the Majestic Theatre | Nov. 1
  6. Nick Offerman comes to the Majestic Theatre, Dallas | Nov. 2
  7. Adam Carolla comes to the Majestic Theatre, Dallas | Nov. 4
  8. Maria Bamford comes to the Majestic Theatre, Dallas | Nov. 5
  9. Jeanne Robertson comes to Bass Performance Hall, Fort Worth | Nov. 6
  10. Louis C.K. comes to the Music Hall at Fair Park | Nov. 10
  11. Leslie Jordan comes to the Majestic Theatre, Dallas | Nov. 11
  12. Tig Notaro comes to the Texas Theatre | Nov. 26
  13. John Cleese and Eric Idle come to the Majestic Theatre, Dallas | Dec. 1
  14. Jay Leno comes to the Winspear Opera House | Dec. 6
  15. Mike Birbiglia's Thank God for Jokes comes to the Winspear Opera House | Dec. 8
  16. Jim Jefferies comes to the Majestic Theatre, Dallas | Dec. 9
  17. Brian Regan comes to the Music Hall at Fair Park | Dec. 31


» For complete listings of what's happening on North Texas stages, click on the calendar icon at the top right of the page. Once there, you can click the red "Search the Calendar" box, and search for listings by dates, performance type, the presenting company, titles or descriptions. For instance, type "Shakespeare" into the description field, click SEARCH and you'll find a host of performances (theater, dance, music, etc.) by, adapted from or about the Bard. Thanks For Reading

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