Kate and Sam Are Not Breaking Up Skewers Our Celeb Obsession
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I attended on Saturday preview of their new show Kate and Sam are not breaking up. It was performed at Collaboraction. Sad to report that my girlfriend and I only stayed through the first act. This show is uneven. At best this is a Black Comedy...continued
This play contains adult language, violence, gunfire, loud music and blood effects.
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