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1  TPS Message Boards (requires ID & Password to post) / Classes & Workshops / Meisner Progression Interviews with Robin Lynn Smith on: July 17, 2018, 12:08:48 PM
Robin Lynn Smith, Freehold's Artistic Director, will be holding Interviews for Freehold's 2017-18 Meisner progression on Wednesday July 25, 2018 from 6:30 - 9:00 pm.

Class begins in September 2018 and runs thru June 2019.
Pre-requisites: Step III: Scene Study Text or equivalent training and performance experience.

The Meisner Progression is based on the work of Constantin Stanislavski, Joseph Chaikin, and Sanford Meisner. Classes run twice a week on Sunday and Tuesday evenings over three 12-week quarters. Tuition per quarter is $1296. Students may also qualify for our Discounted tuition price of $870, based on household income. You may apply when you register. Please contact the Freehold office with any questions.

If you would like to have an interview with Robin to explore the possibility of being admitted into our Meisner progression, sign up by clicking the link below. Interviews will be schedules in 15 minute intervals.

Once you schedule an Interview please plan on bringing a resume detailing your theatrical and performance experience and be prepared to speak about why you are interested in participating in the Meisner progression.

Robin Lynn Smith

Robin Lynn Smith is a Founding Partner and Artistic Director for Freehold Studio/Theatre Lab in Seattle. She has worked for the past thirty-five years acting, directing and teaching in Chicago, Boston, Seattle, and New York where she directed Curse of the Starving Class Off-Broadway at the Promenade Theatre.  She has directed in Regional Theatres and is presently directing Freehold’s  Engaged Theatre Program which tours Shakespeare productions to prisons, projects, and tent cities, for which she has directed Othello, Julius Caesar, King Lear, Cymbeline, A Winter's Tale, The Tempest, and The Merchant of Venice.  At Freehold she directed the award-winning production of Chekhov’s The Seagull, Three Sisters, An Altered Life, and Veronika Falling.   She was an Artist in Residence at the Seattle Repertory Theatre with Dan Sullivan, and directed several productions including Marvin's Room, Frankie and Jonnie in the Claire de Lune, City of Gold, and the developmental workshop of Elizabeth Heffon’s New Patagonia.  She has also directed in Seattle at ACT, On The Boards, The Empty Space, New City Theatre, Seattle Children’s Theatre, and Intiman where she was an Affiliate Artist with Bartlett Sher.  She has an MFA from NYU TSOA, and she is currently on the faculty of Cornish College of the Arts. She is featured in ACTING TEACHERS OF AMERICA, and she is a member of SDC and a finalist for SDCF’s inaugural Zelda Fichandler Award. She is the 2008 recipient of the The Gregory A. Falls Sustained Achievement Award.
2  TPS Message Boards (requires ID & Password to post) / Classes & Workshops / Solo Performance with Marc Kenison at Freehold on: April 19, 2018, 10:03:54 AM
Freehold is offering a Solo Performance class with Marc Kenison this Spring!

SOLO PERFORMANCE with Marc Kenison
Apr 25 - June 13 // Wed 6:00 - 10:00pm

Marc Kenison danced professionally with The Jose Limon Dance Company and Tere O'Connor Dance. In 2004, he co-founded and co-directed Seattle's Washington Ensemble Theatre. Widely known as his performance personae Waxie Moon, the gender-blending “boylesque” sensation, he has performed at numerous venues worldwide including Key Arena, On The Boards, Seattle Rep, ACT, and The Triple Door. He is featured in the films Waxie Moon, A Wink and a Smile, and Waxie Moon in Fallen Jewel. In 2010, he was nominated for a Gregory Award (Excellence in Theatre, Washington State).  He is currently an adjunct faculty member at Cornish College for the Arts.  Recently, he received a commission from the Seattle Repertory Theatre and was featured on NPR.

Access your imagination, stories, secret talents and wildest visions to create a short solo performance. In a strong, trusting ensemble atmosphere, we will use writing exercises, improvisation, and a variety of performance techniques to create a draft and begin staging your show. This class is perfect for actors, artists and writers of all levels who have a story to tell, an idea to passionately explore, or a hunger for a new look at the creative process. We culminate in an invited performance of our works-in-progress, and you leave the class with a repeatable technique of how to conceive, develop and produce a solo performance. 

Full Course Fee           $ 545.00
Discount Course Fee   $ 390.00

For more information, or to register for this class, follow the link below!

3  TPS Message Boards (requires ID & Password to post) / Classes & Workshops / Improv with Matt Smith at Freehold on: April 19, 2018, 10:03:05 AM
Freehold is offering an Improv class with Matt Smith in this Spring Quarter!

Apr 23 - June 18 // Mon 6:30 - 9:00pm

Matt Smith is an actor, auctioneer, writer, improv teacher, and communication coach. His screen credits include My Last Year with the Nuns, Outsourced, Sleepless in Seattle, Spiderman, White Face, The Immaculate Conception of Little Dizzle, and KING TV's Almost Live. Original solo plays include My Last Year with the Nuns, My Boat to Bainbridge, Helium, Beyond Kindness: A Childcare Guide, and All My Children.

Matt was a founding member of both Stark/Raving Theatre (1988-95) with Edward Sampson, andSeattle Improv (1985-88) with Sampson & Roberta Maguire. He was artistic director of Seattle Theatre Sports in 1985.

From Saturday Night Live to Almost Live, improvisation can be a fundamental building block for not just making people laugh, but also making people think. Improv is a system of communication, and students in our Improv course will learn the keys to spontaneous storytelling via games, exercises, lecture and open scene work. You’ll also learn to be a better listener, trust your own authentic responses, and begin to see failure as a path to success. In other words, you’ll learn to get out of your own way and find your spontaneous voice. (No experience required).

Full Course Fee           $ 350.00
Discount Course Fee   $ 250.00

For more information, or to register for this class, follow the link below!

4  TPS Message Boards (requires ID & Password to post) / Employment / Freehold Seeking a Venue Manager Apply by July 15 on: June 30, 2016, 03:45:18 PM
Job Title: Venue Manager
Reports To: Managing Director
Pay Range: part-time, non-exempt position averages 15-20 hours a week, $15/hr. hours may include nights and weekends
Position Duration: Year Round

Job Summary:
Freehold Theatre Lab Studio is seeking a Venue Manager who will be responsible for managing the overall program of preventative maintenance, security and repair of all classrooms/performance space, equipment, and other property to ensure the Freehold's investment in these properties is protected and to ensure the best possible appearance and safety of our premises.

Additionally the Venue Manager will be the primary contact for all productions and rentals in Freehold’s Blackbox.

Duties include creating contracts, and leading an orientation for all renters, ensuring all lighting and sound equipment is in good working order, and establishing guidelines and policies for all rentals.

About Freehold:
Freehold Theatre Lab Studio is a center for the practice of theatre and was founded in the fall of 1991.
Our Theatre Lab provides a forum for experimentation by professionals, developing new works, reprising classics, and touring to nontraditional venues.

Our Studio offers a safe place where anyone and everyone can take risks. Freehold’s students are encouraged to move theatre forward—to transform, deepen, and clarify new ways of working. From introductory sessions for the curious to master classes for practicing artists, the Studio offers an extraordinary range of disciplines and styles to help students develop a comprehensive understanding of theatre craft and acting.

Essential Duties:
1. Ensure that facility is kept clean, safe and maintained at all times
2. Keep the building up to fire code.
2. Maintain and inventory all theatre equipment, class equipment, storage spaces (one off-site) and classroom furniture
3. Identify and completing/scheduling routing preventative maintenance and repairs as necessary.
4. Provide work direction and supervision for vendors involved in maintenance and repair work of facilities and equipment
5. Communicating technical needs and abilities of the building to renters.
6. Answer emails and phone calls from potential renters.
7. Give tours and answer technical questions of renters and possible renters.
8. Mitigate any conflicts between renters.
9. Keep Renter Policies and FAQ updated
10. Work with staff to manage occasional volunteer events where facilities work will be performed
11. Support Faculty by providing training on light board and sound equipment for open class showings.
12. Support Freehold productions by sourcing equipment, supporting design team, and maintaining inventory of all equipment, set pieces, and costumes in storage.
13. Valid Washington State driver's license, access to vehicle in working condition, proof of insurance in order to maintain off-site storage space, pick-up equipment rentals, or transport equipment/furniture

Other Duties:
1. Interact positively with students and staff
2. Maintain work space, equipment and storage areas in orderly condition and assume responsibility for their security
3. Perform support tasks as required
4. Model nondiscriminatory practices in all activities

Job Specifications:
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required.

Minimum Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills and/or Abilities Requirements:
• Must be able to manage multiple projects and deadlines, while maintaining a prioritized work flow and communicating status updates to interested parties
• Advanced critical thinking and problem solving skills
• Self-motivated individual with good time management skills who is willing to take direction and be flexible in support of other team members
• Minimum of 3 years Facility Management (or equivalent) experience
• Working knowledge of sound and light equipment
Working Conditions & Physical Requirements:
Must be in good physical condition and able to assist with physical labor. The person must be able to climb ladders, enter confined spaces, stoop and bend and must be able to lift and carry 50 lbs. unassisted and be able to work in a variety of different conditions. Must have the ability to sit and stand for extended periods of time; exhibit manual dexterity to dial a telephone, see and read a computer screen and printed material with or without vision aids; hear and understand speech at normal levels, outdoors and on the telephone; speak in audible tones so that others may understand clearly.

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.

This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by this employee. The employee will be required to follow any other instructions and to perform any other related duties as assigned by the Managing Director or appropriate administrator. Freehold reserves the right to update, revise or change this job description and related duties at any time.

Application Process:
To apply please send cover letter and resume to by July 15. No calls, please. EOE. We encourage people who reflect the diversity of our community to apply.
5  TPS Message Boards (requires ID & Password to post) / Project Promotion / Quickies Volume 8 at Live Girls! on: June 13, 2007, 11:12:34 PM
Reminder! Thursdays are Pay What You Can at the door at Live Girls!
Come check out Quickies Volume 8

Live Girls! Presents Quickies Volume 8

The Theater of Champions!

Quickies is Live Girls! annual evening of shorts featuring six smart sassy plays in one sitting.

WHEN- June 1st -30th Thurs/Fri 8pm Sat 4pm/8pm

WHERE-  Live Girls! Theater 2220 NW Market in Ballard

TICKETS-  $15 General $12 Stu/Sen

18 and under are free at the door

PWYC THURS at the door only

In advance at or by calling 1-800-838-3006

Quickies is Live Girls! trademark event and longest running program. Created with the devilishly simple idea of exposing you to as many new works as possible in one night, Quickies delivers exciting new plays from all over the country, exposure to up and coming local writers and lots of gratuitous entertainment in between. Short, smart and sassy, the Quickies always leave you begging for more!

The Volume 8 line-up includes-

*Desperate Measures by Erin Stewart, Directed by Peggy Gannon

*Teen Love (Is Corny and Nonexistent)  by Holly Arsenault, Directed by Shawn Belyea

*Cell Mates by Molly Best Tinsley, Directed by Colin Connors

*Hum of the Artic by Sarah Hammond, Directed by Jaime Roberts

*Alone Together by Kim Carney, Directed by Jess Smith

*Barbed Wire Minute by Krista Knight, Directed by Elena Hartwell

Quickies 8 will also feature the acting talents of Jose’ Amador, Maggie DiGiovanni, Kate Parker, Erin Kraft, Lou Olsen, Megan Ahiers, Nik Perleros, Sylvie Davidson, and Erika Godwin.

Live Girls! is a theater company dedicated to producing and developing new work by women since 1999.  They moved into their new theater space in Ballard May 2005.  Visit for more info.

6  TPS Message Boards (requires ID & Password to post) / Other / Live Girls! theater seeking scripts for 2007 season on: September 27, 2006, 12:13:34 PM


Live Girls! theater is seeking plays by women for our 2007 season.
All submissions must be submitted by Oct 1, 2006 to be considered for 2007.


We are seeking

-10-minute plays for our annual festival of shorts, Quickies 
Plays submitted for Quickies may have had previous productions but new works are encouraged.

-Un-produced plays seeking development for The Bakery
Plays submitted for the The Bakery series will receive a public reading. We are interested in both one-act and full-length plays and will accept proposals for plays currently in development.

-Full-length and one-act plays for our mainstage spots
Plays submitted may have received previous productions but preferably not in the Seattle area.

Previous productions in our mainstage spots include: Tino Does Time by Joann Farias, Family Stories by Biljana Srbljanovic, Fission by Molly Best Tinsley, SCAB by Sheila Callaghan, Patty Red Pants by Trista Baldwin, and W(h)acked – A Love Play by Stephanie Timm.

·      Please send all submissions to

·      In the body of your email please introduce your self  - we are always excited about meeting new playwrights! You may also include: your bio as a playwright or resume, and any previous production history for plays submitted

·      Playwrights may submit up to 3 plays

·      Plays submitted should be sent as attachments – word doc only

·      Subject of play? Whatever is most important you! We want to hear your stories.

·      Keep in mind we are a small theater taking the risk to produce new works; and probably can’t accommodate large casts or long lists of tech requirements.

·       If you are submitting a proposal for The Bakery please include another writing sample of your work along with your proposal.

·      All submissions will receive a reply within 3 months of the date submitted

7  TPS Message Boards (requires ID & Password to post) / Project Promotion / The Bakery - Spring Readings at Live Girls! on: May 31, 2006, 09:11:59 AM
Live Girls! Present The Bakery - Spring Readings
6 new Plays for your listening enjoyment

June 1-3 Thurs-Sat 7:30pm
Live Girls! Theater 2220 NW Market. 

Tickets are $5 a night or $10 for a pass to see all 3 nights of new work. Tickets are available at the door or in advance at or by calling 1-800-838-3006.  For complete schedule info visit or email with questions.

The Bakery series is Live Girls! new work development series.  The Spring Readings, our festival of new plays (formally know as the Playlab) will be the first Bakery event of 2006.  Two new plays will be presented each night, one short or one-act from a teen writer and one from an adult playwright.  Watch throughout the year for additional new play workshops and writing challenges to be added to the Bakery agenda.   Live Girls! is a theater company dedicated to producing and developing new work by women.

June 1
American Girls by Gabrielle Nomura
Directed by Mimi Katano, Artistic Director, Youth Theatre Northwest


Genji: The Light Behind the Clouds by Darian Lindle
Directed by Erin Fortier

June 2
Hungry by Claire Hosterman
Directed by Anita Montgomery, Literary Associate & Education and Outreach Director, ACT


We Are Not These Hands by Sheila Callaghan
Kristina Sutherland, Co-Artistic Director Macha Monkey


June 3
Romefin and Juliegill by Silke Bachhuber
Directed by Maria Glanz, Artistic Director Ranier Valley Youth Theatre


Piece of You by Sue Peters
Directed by Brooke Cochran, Live Girls! Company Member

More about the featured plays and playwrights-

American Girls by Gabrielle Nomura is a Live Girls! pick from ACT’s Young Playwrights Program 2005/2006. Gabrielle Nomura is a Senior at Summit High school. 

Genji: The Light Behind the Clouds by Darian Lindle is based on the life story of 11th century Japanese novelist Murasaki Shikibu. She wrote the Tale of Genji 1,000 years ago. Darian Lindle is a freelance director, dramaturg and playwright. She has worked locally with Seattle Repertory Theatre, Book-It Repertory Theatre, VIA, Theatre Babylon, City3, Cornish College of the Arts, and is an Associate Artist with the Shunpike. Darian's theatrical adaptation of The Westing Game was in the 2003 Fringe/ACT and her theatre company, Fresh Goods, has produced many shows in the Seattle Fringe Festival.

Hungry by Claire Hosterman is also a Live Girls! pick from ACT’s Young Playwrights Program.  Claire Hosterman is a student at Bainbridge Highschool.

We Are Not These Hands by Sheila Callaghan is the story of Moth and Belly.  Ever since their school blew up, Moth and Belly have taken to stalking an illegal internet café in the hopes of one day being allowed in. They take particular interest in Leather, a skittish older man doing research in the café.  Leather is a self-proclaimed "freelance scholar" from a foreign land with a sketchy past and a sticky secret. Leather begins to fall head over heals in love with Moth... but what about Belly? This play explores the effects of rampant capitalism on a country that is ill-prepared for it.  Sheila Callaghan's plays have been produced and developed with Soho Rep, Playwright's Horizons, South Coast Repertory, Clubbed Thumb, The LARK, Actor's Theatre of Louisville, New Georges, and  Moving Arts, among others. Sheila is a member of the Obie winning playwright's organization 13P and resident of New Dramatists.

Romefin and Juliegill by Silke Bachhuber was selected from the Rainier Valley Youth Theatre’s Young Playwrights Program.  Silke Bachhuber is a student at Lake Washington Girls Middle. 

Piece of You by Sue Peters tells the story of a rising young actor and a fading socialite who meet in a Hollywood diner one night in 1955. He's just finished his first film and is on the brink of celebrity, while her limelight is waning. Lust and loneliness lead them back to her Beverly Hills Hotel bungalow where they unravel the seductions of fame and fortune and the empty promises of both. "Piece of You" is based on the little-known, true story of a chance encounter between James Dean and the glamorous Woolworth heiress, Barbara Hutton. Sue Peters is a writer, playwright, and journalist who recently moved to Seattle from San Francisco. She is a founding member of the Saucy Algonqs Writing Circle, a San Francisco writing and performance collective and a recent member of the Playwrights Center of San Francisco. An abridged version of this script was featured in Venue 9 Theater’s Women on the Way Festival, San Francisco.

8  TPS Message Boards (requires ID & Password to post) / Project Promotion / World AIDS Day on: December 01, 2005, 03:04:47 PM
Dear Fellow Artists,

As many of you know December 1st marks World AIDS Day.  I would like to use this opportunity to introduce you to upcoming benefit performance of "THE NEW THREAT TO HUMANITY...THE LACK THEREOF!  A self-devised piece from the women of BABES NETWORK-YWCA, a sisterhood of women facing HIV together, to be presented at Live Girls! theater in Ballard.  Please find details about this exciting new partnership and upcoming performance below.  We sincerely hope you will join us for this memorable event.

BABES Network-YWCA in partnership with Live Girls! Theater present:



Dec 17th – 18th

Sat 8PM Sun 4 PM

Live Girls! Theater, 2220 NW Market Lower Level in Ballard


Seattle, WA- BABES Network-YWCA, a sisterhood of women facing HIV together, will perform a series of vignettes at the Live Girls! Theater in Ballard.  Using poetry, comedy, personal stories, dancing and singing, the women of BABES will perform their self-devised piece “THE NEW THREAT TO HUMANITY…THE LACK THEREOF!” A post-show discussion is to follow. 

Performances are Dec 17th 8PM and Dec 18th 4PM at the Live Girls! Theater, 2220 NW Market Lower Level in Ballard.    A portion of the proceeds from both performances will go to benefit BABES Network-YWCA. 

Tickets are $10, $7 Senior/Students and 18 and under are FREE.  Tickets are available at the door or at  Contact (206) 568-1985 ex 3 or for more info.

Inspired by Live Girls! Notorious Women Educational Outreach Program, the performance of “THE NEW THREAT TO HUMANITY… THE LACK THEREOF!” is a culmination of an eight week workshop with Caroline Brown of the Theater for Development program at the University of Winchester in England. In it, the diverse women of BABES will address the theme of humanity, focusing on people vs. numbers and experiences vs. cases.  In particular they will look at the specialized needs of women living with HIV/AIDS, stigmas they face and also the current threat to the reauthorization of the Ryan White CARE Act. 

Theatre for Development (TFD) is a social development practice that uses performance as a tool to help individuals and groups express themselves to the community with the intent of social advocacy. It is recognized internationally as a strong tool for participatory development with sustainable results as it offers a practical and theoretical exploration of the ways in which the arts can be used by communities to create powerful social transformations on their own terms. The application of TFD in the current project between Live Girls! and BABES is one of its kind in the US.  Caroline Brown is the facilitator of this TFD workshop and is visiting Seattle on the heels of her recent work with AIDS widows in Kenya. Using Theatre for Development, the women there enlightened their local community about the underlying social causes and repercussions of AIDS in accordance with their own experience. 

BABES Network, A Program of the YWCA of Seattle ● King County ● Snohomish County

BABES Network-YWCA is a peer led program, a sisterhood of women facing HIV together. Founded on the concept that HIV+ women are uniquely qualified to understand and encourage one another, BABES was started by a diverse group of HIV positive women who came together to share information, experiences, and support. BABES reduces isolation, promotes self-empowerment, enhances quality of life, and serves the needs of women living with HIV by providing peer support, advocacy, education and outreach.

Live Girls! is a theater dedicated to producing and developing new works by women.

We challenge the current under representation of women in theater by:

• Empowering women artists to be leaders and create their own opportunities;

• Providing the public with opportunities to see plays by women;

• Advocating for women playwrights and their work in the theater community;

• Celebrating women’s contributions to society;

• Creating exciting events that entertain our audiences, and provoke responses
9  TPS Message Boards (requires ID & Password to post) / Classes & Workshops / Re: 10 Minute play workshop at Live Girls! theater on: October 18, 2005, 02:14:45 PM
We've still got some space in this class!

Note: Anyone attending the class will receive a free pass to the 6 Playwriting Lab readings.

check out our website for more details on the Lab
10  TPS Message Boards (requires ID & Password to post) / Discussion / ISO: plays by women on: July 27, 2005, 12:26:00 AM
Live Girls! seeking Submissions of plays by women for 2006 Season
All submissions must be postmarked by Sep 15th, 2005

We are looking to fill the following spots in our upcoming season

• Two full-length plays to be produced in, March and September. Plays may have received previous productions but preferably not in the Seattle area. Special attention for the March slot will be given to plays about or inspired by real women to be produced in honor of Women’s History Month.

• 10-minute plays for our annual festival of shorts, Quickies to be produced in June. Plays submitted for Quickies may have had previous productions but new works are encouraged.

• Un-produced plays seeking development for Live Girls! Playwriting Lab, dates TBA. Plays submitted for the Lab will receive a public staged reading. We are interested in both one-act and full-length plays for the Playwriting Lab.

• Live Girls! season also includes: three one-act plays commissioned for Holiday XXX, a reading of a new play commissioned for our Lab, and invitations for writers to be involved in our Bakers Dozen experiments. All writers who submit will be considered for these opportunities but let us know if you are particularly interested in any or all of the above.
Submission Guidelines
• All submissions must be received by post.
• Please include a letter of introduction noting: if your play has had any previous   productions, your email address for correspondence, and your bio as a playwright
• Playwrights may submit up to 2 plays.
• If you would like your scripts returned please include a self addressed stamped envelope.
• For full-length play submissions please include only 10-15 pages
• For 10-minute and one-act submissions please include entire play
• All playwrights will be contacted by email regarding the status of their submission by December 15th, 2005.

Mail submissions to:

Live Girls! theater
3518 Fremont Ave. N.  #478
Seattle, WA 98103

Please direct any submission questions to:
Zoe Fitzgerald,
Associate Artistic Director & Literary Manager
Live Girls! theater
11  TPS Message Boards (requires ID & Password to post) / Project Promotion / Staged Reading at Live Girls! on: February 10, 2005, 01:49:09 PM

February 11th 2005 at 8pm at Live Girls ! theater
Directed by Rita Giomi
Cast: Featuring Natalie Gilmore, Robert Fuentes, Myriam Marquez, Stephan Magcosta, Caroline Wilcox, Cristina Key, Daniel Flint, Kevin Hyatt, Meg Savlov
CLAUDIA MEETS FULANO COLORADO takes place in a barrio in Texas in the 1950's. 10 year-old Claudia encounters Fulano Colorado. He messes  with the girl's desires, who, raised by her grandmother, desperately  longs for the father who has deserted her through death.
$ 5.00 admission by donation.
Live Girls! theater is located at 620 Alaskan Way, Floor 2. We are between Yesler and Columbia in Pioneer Square, directly across from the ferry terminals. Enter through the Antique Importers door.
More on this project :
CLAUDIA MEETS FULANO COLORADO was developed at South Coast Rep's Hispanic Playwrights Project in 1997 and subsequently published. It was also developed at Brava! for Women in the Arts in San Francisco. In 2004, the play was included in Live Girls! Playwriting Lab. It was directed by Rob West and received the Audience Favorite award. This is your chance to hear this beautiful play once again, or for the first time if you didn't see it last year. Ms Torres has added five new scenes making it a full-length play.

Live Girls Theater! is a company dedicated to developing and producing new works by women.
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