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“Reckless” is an odd-shaped dark chocolate confection – not particularly sweet, more than a little bitter and very dark, indeed. This Live Theatre Workshop production doesn’t defy logic as much as embrace the surreal. Read more»

Holli Thenhaus and Keith Wick in Live Theatre Workshop's production of 'How I Learned To Drive.'

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