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7 Plays in 7 Days  
Addison Theatre Centre 7 Plays in 7 Days
Prepare yourself for a full week of original, never-before-seen entertainment. MBS Productions presents a one-week festival of all-new staged readings at the Stone Cottage Theatre in Addison. Seven world premieres will be staged from Monday through Sunday, and the entire repertoire will be presented on Saturday and Sunday in case you want to experience several -- or all -- of the plays in one day. There's something for everyone here, from a dark comedy described as "Fiddler on the Roof with vampires" to a powerful drama about an ex-con managing an apartment building full of eccentric characters while awaiting the release of an old enemy from prison. Check the description for a full lineup of performances, and purchase an All Access Pass to get into every show!
I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change  
Theatre Too I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change
From single life to dating to marriage to the end of relationships, the charming musical revue I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change explores all of love's tumultuous stages with humor, emotion and insight. As the show journeys from cheesy pickup lines to newborns and even to love in one's golden years, it offers something for everyone who's ever been in or out of love. Watch Dallas' Theatre Too perform this long-running musical for the final time.
The Vagina Monologues  
Art Centre Theatre The Vagina Monologues
Based on interviews conducted with women from all over the world, Eve Ensler's award-winning play The Vagina Monologues is a hilarious and deeply poignant collection of stories that gives voice to a chorus of common experiences and feelings once considered taboo. A thoughtful look at the female experience, with an unblinking look at topics such as sex, love, rape, birth, and the vagina as an expression of female individuality, the popular show manages to be entertaining without being trite, political without being offensive.