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Free play reading on Pittsburgh’s South Side tomorrow and Sunday

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Some of the folks who brought you last year’s memorable Saints Tour, in Braddock, have assembled local talent for two free staged readings of Don’t Stop: A Play (with dance breaks).

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“Welcome to the world of hurt and heaven that is human adolescence,” goes the tagline.

Its creators call it “a dance-driven, sharp-edged play about how we go slamming around changing each other, with or without permission.”

The play is by Molly Rice, who also wrote the immersive Saints Tour, staged by Bricolage Productions and Rice and Rusty Thelin's Real/Time Interventions last summer on the streets of Braddock.

The show is directed by Thelin, with a cast including Julianne Avolio, Don DiGiulio, Tressa Glover and Sean Sears. Anthony Alterio choreographs dancers Mary Houle, Megan Forster and Lawrence Karl. It’s produced by Real/Time Interventions.

The play includes sex, violence and strong language, so it’s adults-only.

The readings are at 8 p.m. tomorrow and at 7 p.m. Sunday.

Millennium Dance Complex is located at 2504 E. Carson St., on the South Side. The reading is upstairs, in Studio C.

To attend, RSVP to realtimeinterventions@gmail.com.

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