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Kiss and Tell

Playwright spills secrets of the lonely dating pool.

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Linda Frederickson found the inspiration for her first play, Avail 4, in the local dating scene. "It's OK to go out alone and meet people," she says. "If there was a way we could remove the stigma, there would be more people jamming into places to meet others." The comedy centers on two men and two women debating the pros and cons of dating. In an interesting twist, some audience members have been pre-selected to "pop up" and recite their personal ads. "Some of them are heartfelt, some are hysterical," says Frederickson. "All of them want to shake up their lives a bit." For tickets, call 216-241-6000 or purchase them at the door.
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