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Looking for an uplifting evening at the theater? Consider a Shakespearean tragedy! Sure, there’s murder, suicide, betrayal, anguish, and loss... but you can pick up half-priced Junior Mints in the lobby! If that’s not uplifting, we don’t know what is.

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