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10 Reasons to Attend the International Children’s Theater Festival!

Published May 1st, 2017 by | Comments Off on 10 Reasons to Attend the International Children’s Theater Festival!

We have a million reasons why you should attend the International Children’s Theater Festival on May 6-7, and we were able to narrow it down to 10 to get you started. Enjoy!

1. It is first and foremost family friendly

This festival is a place for BOTH you and your children to dance, play and have fun, so stop by and unleash your inner child! What better way to introduce your children to the world of theater than through the International Children’s Theater Festival at Playhouse Square?

2. Pedal Punk


This show is featuring a 20-foot-high, pedal-powered mechanical masterpiece, where the performers will leave you amazed with a heart-pounding pole drop, awesome aerial acts and high-flying tricks (on a trampoline!).

3. The Moon’s a Balloon

A balloon can be a friend to play with or a maker of friendships. The Moon’s a Balloon visual theater production is inspired by a poem by e.e. cummings which suggests all sorts of possibilities reside in the simplest of things.

4. Balloons, face painting & magicians

Need we say more? These free actives and stations will be taking place throughout the weekend. Click here to see our complete schedule of shows and activities.

5. Grug and the Rainbow


Meet Grug, as he begins his life on the top of a Burrawang tree that fell to the ground. Resembling a small, striped haystack with feet and a nose, Grug is fascinated by the world around him and solves everyday problems creatively and without fuss.

6. Morgan’s Journey


You will embark on a journey of discovery, in Morgan’s Journey, when Morgan the clown, delighted in the presents he receives, finds a wise sock puppet who becomes his companion.

7. Visit the passport stations and get a taco! 

There will be passport stations, sponsored by Talespinner Children’s Theatre, containing incredible masks, beautiful costumes & more. And upon finishing your journey at each station your little ones can enjoy a FREE taco at Puente Viejo, located at 1220 Huron Rd! (*Tacos will be only be awarded to children with completed passports.)

8. The Junkyard & Truck


Enter an immersive experience in a world of re-imagined recyclables, where travelers will create and personalize crafts to be used as they travel through The Junkyard. Then, through Bridgman Packer’s signature integration of live performance and video technology, an ordinary 17- foot U-Haul box truck will evolve from the utilitarian into a re-imagined space, a micro-world of visions and transformation in Truck.

9. Justin Roberts and the Not Ready for Naptime Players

The two-time Grammy nominee, Justin Roberts is truly one of the “all-stars” of the indie family music scene. See his free performances on the U.S. Bank Plaza!

10 .Your favorite downtown destination

Enjoy your time in our historic theaters, delicious restaurants and don’t forget to take your photo underneath the GE chandelier!

 

For more information about the International Children’s Theater Festival, click here.

Until then we’ll see you May 6-7!

Get to Know: The Moon’s a Balloon

Published April 17th, 2017 by | Comments Off on Get to Know: The Moon’s a Balloon

Experience a world of live performance as Playhouse Square presents its 8th Annual International Children’s Theater Festival, May 6-7, 2017. The festival will give your children and grandchildren an unique enriching live theater experience with performances from around the world, free fun activities and so much more. Click here to learn more about the International Children’s Theater Festival!

The Moon’s a Balloon is one of the innovative shows that is part of the International Children’s Theater Festival this year. It’s the perfect family show!

A balloon can be a friend to play with or a maker of friendships. It can hold its breath for days and disappear in an instant. It can make your hair stand on end and fill you with laughter. A balloon can be something loved or something lost; something shared or something broken. A balloon can be anything you need it to be. Inspired by a poem by e.e. cummings, The Moon’s a Balloon suggests that all sorts of possibilities reside in the simplest of things.

Exploration, play and invention are at the heart of the way children make friends. The Moon’s a Balloon is a visual-theater production that celebrates the possibilities of play, the making of friendships, and the wonder of creation. Simple white balloons, two performers, and a musician can, through exploration, play and search for meaning, give rise to a rich variety of composition, beauty, laughter, wonder, joy, and story, and delight and inspire the hearts and minds of the audience.

The Moon’s a Balloon will be featured in the Ohio Theatre on Saturday, May 6 at 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. and on Sunday, May 7 at 2:00 p.m. 

Ticket are only $10-15 and can be purchased here.

Get to Know: Morgan’s Journey

Published April 10th, 2017 by | Comments Off on Get to Know: Morgan’s Journey

Morgan’s Journey  is one of the shows featured at the International Children’s Theater Festival this May. The show will be in the Gund Dance Studio on Saturday, May 6 at 1:00 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. and on Sunday, May 7 at 3:00 p.m. 

Ticket are only $15 and can be purchase here.

Morgan’s Journey, originally created by Robert Morgan and director David Craig, is a captivating exploration of joyous yet challenging childhood experiences that offers audiences a unique opportunity for active participation. From the moment of his birth, audiences follow Morgan the Clown on a journey of discovery, delighting in the presents he receives, especially his last one, a wise sock puppet who becomes his companion. Encountering inevitable growing pains, Morgan learns a valuable and moving lesson about love and the true meaning of friendship. This production, with a creative drama post-play experience is the perfect show to transition your child into the world of theater.

Experience a world of live performance as Playhouse Square presents its 8th Annual International Children’s Theater Festival, May 6-7, 2017. The festival will give your children and grandchildren an unique enriching live theater experience with performances from around the world, free fun activities and so much more.
Click here to learn more about the International Children’s Theater Festival!

Get to Know: Grug and The Rainbow

Published March 29th, 2017 by | Comments Off on Get to Know: Grug and The Rainbow

Experience a world of live performance as Playhouse Square presents its 8th Annual International Children’s Theater Festival, May 6-7, 2017. The festival will give your children and grandchildren an unique enriching live theater experience with performances from around the world, free fun activities and so much more. Click here to learn more about the International Children’s Theater Festival!

One of these amazing shows featured at this year’s festival is, Grug and the Rainbow. Based on the much loved picture book character created by Ted Prior, and brought to you by the Windmill Theatre company from Australia, Grug is perfect for ages 3-6, and fun for the whole family!

Ted Prior’s hugely popular character, Grug, is brought to life for our very young theatre lovers as he begins his life on the top of a Burrawang tree that fell to the ground. Resembling a small, striped haystack with feet and a nose, Grug is fascinated by the world around him and solves everyday problems creatively and without fuss.

When dancing instructions are too difficult to understand, he invents his own dance and calls it ‘The Grug’, and when snails eat his cabbages, Grug plants more cabbages so there will be enough for both him and the snails. This beloved production is a must see!

Grug and the Rainbow will be featured in the Westfield Insurance Studio Theatre on Saturday, May 6 at 11:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. and on Sunday, May 7 at 1:30 p.m. 

Ticket are only $15 and can be purchased here.

An Interview with Clare Cook from Bullets Over Broadway

Published October 5th, 2015 by | Comments Off on An Interview with Clare Cook from Bullets Over Broadway

Please welcome back guest blogger, Alicia Hansen, with your Broadway Buzz Extra for Bullets Over Broadway.

Great news, Cleveland theatre lovers: the 2015-2016 KeyBank Broadway Series at Playhouse Square is ready to entertain you. The production opening this season, Bullets Over Broadway, captures the making of a Broadway show, highlighted by the masterful choreography of Broadway legend, Susan Stroman. In this interview, Clare Cook, choreographer of the tour, gives us the inside scoop on what it takes to keep all those dancing gangsters creatively engaged as they arrive in Northeast Ohio.

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How did you discover dance? How did it bring you to the theater, specifically Bullets Over Broadway?

I started dancing at a very young age growing up in Louisiana, but have been living in New York City for about ten years now. I originally moved to New York to peruse my Master of Fine Arts degree at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts – that is what first brought me to the professional realm of New York City. Shortly after finishing my degree there, I began working with productions of new musicals a lot as NYU has a graduate program in composing/writing musicals, which is rare.

In addition to all the training in my younger years plus having a lot of theatrical work in my training as a choreographer, participation in those pieces was my first foray into working professionally in musical theatre.  It was really exciting for me to be working on these new pieces — you are literally the first person to get to make the movement and have it dance off of the page. You are working in a highly creative way. You are constantly in conversations. Things change rapidly. It is an adrenaline rush. It was a nice balance to be able to work with musicians and actors, not just only dancers. The work has continued to come since my professional start, and I am very grateful for that.

I first became involved with Bullets Over Broadway project several years ago during one of its workshops in New York City before it went to Broadway. I did a great program through the Stage Directors and Choreographers Society. They offer an “observer-ship” which is essentially a paid fellowship/internship opportunity. After a specific interview process and several interviews, Susan Stroman selected me to be the observer for the New York City Bullets workshop.  That was an amazing opportunity because it allowed me to closely witness her work in building the production. I had been doing that in my own field on a smaller scale, so to watch someone like her who is a master at her craft was so exciting.  I was learning from her new things but also understanding that the work is the work. No matter what the scale is, the toolbox is still similar. It was rewarding on many levels to have that realization at the same time.

From there, Bullets went on to Broadway and I went on to other projects. What a wonderful opportunity it was to get an email several years later to say they were going to do a tour asking if I’d want to be involved with it. And so here I am!

In serving as the choreographer of the tour, what does your role entail and how does it continue to evolve? What challenges arise as you are on the road?

I have the great fortune to be working with some of the best choreography in the business. It is a real pleasure to be inside of Susan’s original movement from the Broadway show every day. First, part of my role is just physicalizing and knowing that work intimately so I can pass it on to the performers. Then, because it is a tour — it is not the same cast as Broadway and we have some adjustments to the set pieces – it has been exciting to take the original choreography, but, in the moment, shape it to the actors, sets and transitions that we have found in the touring process. It involves a lot of thinking on your feet and quick reflexes. Ultimately, I try to maintain the original work as closely as possible and as elegantly as possible.  I shape the work so the current cast can understand the style and help them get inside of the piece so it becomes original to them – the cast then takes ownership over the moment.

You are working on a show with a some very well respected names associated with it, including Woody Allen and Tony-Winning director Susan Stroman. What lessons have you learned while working with this creative team?

One thing I learned from Susan a long time ago is that you have to trust your instincts. Be open to new discoveries. If you have an idea, try it. There is no harm in trying. For this touring cast, we are setting the original work, but as it is on human beings, you have to be open to their ideas as well. The director of the tour also carries that sense of experimentation and inspiration with him. If there is an idea in the room, it’s “let’s try it” and “let’s see what happens.” If you try it before you have time to self-edit, you might find something really great.

Are there specific moments of the show that are favorites for you? For the audience?

There are so many moments, but towards the end of act one, “Tain’t Nobody’s Biz-ness If I Do” is an ensemble tap dance number lead of by Cheech, one of the main characters. It is one of the most thrilling musical theater experiences in terms of dance that I have ever had the chance to be involved in, but also that audiences really respond to during the show. It features nine or ten tap dancing gangsters in suits, fedoras and tap shoes. It is so exciting to see the physicality, yet you’re not losing any of the edge of a gangster. It is so physical, heavy footed and acrobatic.

The men in the number are coming at this with different levels of tap dancing experience. We have some very skilled tappers and some tapping novices. For the Broadway show, it was the same and Susan was really excited and inspired by having all of them do the choreography. These men have worked, toiled and really just gave it all for this dance. It is a real excitement for me to see it all come together. I am just so proud of them as they are embracing it with such force.

Also, the rhythms in this dance especially show the craft of Susan Stroman. It is very even, articulating that sound of bullets. It is not only physically exciting to watch, but to hear the sounds of it — it fits so seamlessly into the story that you don’t believe for a moment that you’re watching a bunch of tap dancing gangsters!

What makes Bullets stand out from everything else that you worked on over the years?

It is the craft of it.  The story so tight and so funny. Add in the dancing, the staging, the costuming, the designs, the sets — it’s just one of the most professionally perfect pieces of theater, in my opinion. The elements just fit so seamlessly together and support each other so well. When you experience it, it just flies before you. You are suddenly inside of it, and before you know it, you’re in the next scene, the next action, the new character. Yet since it is an ensemble story, you grow to love all of them. It is the collaborative nature of the creative, the design, the story, the characters themselves – it is just its own perfect family.

Bullets Over Broadway plays in Cleveland October 6 – 18 at the Connor Palace Theatre at Playhouse Square. For more information, please visit the show’s page on the Playhouse Square website.

Alicia Hansen is the writer behind Poise in Parma, a healthy balance blog for Clevelanders. A graduate of Baldwin-Wallace College’s theatre program, Alicia is a yoga teacher at Evolution Yoga, an event and marketing professional and proud Northeast Ohio arts supporter. Follow her on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.

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Published July 11th, 2014 by | Comments Off on This week’s theater news blog…

 

Cleveland Native and Broadway’s Pippin Star, Ciara Renee at 54 Below

Theater news for the week of July 14-20, 2014

Each week, we’re going to keep you up-to-speed with the latest Broadway news and stories. Check back every Friday to see what you missed this week and to catch a glimpse of what’s going on at PlayhouseSquare this weekend. Enjoy!

Happening on Broadway …

Broadway Stands Up For Freedom Benefit Line-Up Announced
Broadway’s annual benefit, Broadway Stands Up For Freedom which promotes the NYCLU’s youth programs, including its work with LGBT teenagers and its Teen Activist Project, will feature Broadway stars such as Lena Hall, Celia Keenan-Bolger, Adam Chandler-Berat, Justin Guarini, and more! (broadwayworld.com) Read more.

Oscar Winner Helen Mirren Will Star in Peter Morgan’s The Audience on Broadway in 2015
Helen Mirren will travel across the pond with The Audience reprising her role as Queen Elizabeth II. The Audience hones in on the Queen’s 50 years of private meetings with England’s Prime Ministers. It’s success on The West End has sparked its takeover of Broadway in 2015. This is not Mirren’s first time playing the Queen, in fact she earned an Academy Award starring in Peter Morgan’s 2006 film, The Queen. (broadway.comRead more.

Closing Time for Five Broadway Limited Engagement Shows
TClosing July 20th, Martin McDonaugh’s The Cripple of Inishmaan made a splash on Broadway starring Daniel Radcliffe as a crippled Irish man with big Hollywood dreams. Curtain call also comes on July 27 for Of Mice and Men starring Hollywood big-hitters, James Franco, Chris O’Dowd, and Leighton Meester. Other Broadway shows closing soon are Forbidden Broadway (July 20), Buyer and Cellar (July 27), and The City of Conversation (July 26). (broadway.com) Read more.

Which Broadway Animal Would You Adopt?
A new fun survey leads you to Broadway’s best friends, animals! There are plenty furry faces to choose from including nearly the entire cast of Cats, Beast from Beauty and the Beast, Doctor Dillamond from Wicked, and many more. (broadway.com) Read more.

Upcoming Events at PlayhouseSquare

Million Dollar Quartet
Cleveland Classical Guitar Series – FREE
Take a Hike Tours – FREE
North Union Farmers Market
BW Summer Garden Music Series – FREE
Tai Chi Classes – FREE
Labatt Blue Light Lime Outdoor Concert Series – FREE
Elk and Elk Summer Movie Series at U.S. Bank Plaza – FREE
Partners Dine Around
Jump Back Ball Theme Brainstorm – FREE

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A Chorus Line celebrates its 40th birthday!

Theater news for the week of June 21-29, 2014

Each week, we’re going to keep you up-to-speed with the latest Broadway news and stories. Check back every Friday to see what you missed this week and to catch a glimpse of what’s going on at PlayhouseSquare this weekend. Enjoy!

Happening on Broadway …

Leads for national tour of Pippin announced
Pippin has announced the first national tour cast, which will star Sasha Allen and Kyle Selig as Leading Player and Pippin, respectively. Allen, a finalist on the four season of NBC’s The Voice and Selig (The Book of Mormon national tour) will be joined by Tony winner John Rubinstein as Charles. Additional casting will be announced soon. The national tour of Pippin kicks off this September in Denver. Pippin  heads into Cleveland February 3-15, 2015. (broadway.com) Read more.

If I Then celebrates 100 performances on Broadway
The cast of Broadway’s If I Then, starring Idina Menzel celebrated a milestone 100 Broadway performances on June 25. Directed by Michael Greif and featuring a score by Tom Kitt and Brian Yorkey, If I Then follows the lives of Elizabeth (Menzel) who moves to New York to restart her life. (broadway.com) Read more.

Broadway celebrates the 40th Birthday of A Chorus Line
Broadway celebrated the 40th birthday of A Chorus Line on June 23, 2014 with a celebration at Central Park’s Delacorte Theater that included both friends, fans and original cast members. A Chorus Line opened at the Shubert Theatre on Broadway on July 25, 1975; the musical received 12 Tony Award nominations and won 9 of them, in addition to the 1976 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. (broadway.com) Read more.

Heat up your summer with Broadway.com’s Ultimate Summer Playlist
Summer is officially here – and that means it’s time for a new summer Broadway-inspired playlist! Broadway.com put together a Spotify playlist of their top summer Broadway hits – including music from Grease, Company and Sunday in the Park with George. What are your go-to Broadway summer hits? (broadway.com) Read more.

 

Upcoming Events at PlayhouseSquare

Take a Hike Tours – FREE
Cleveland Classical Guitar Series – FREE
North Union Farmers Market
BW Summer Garden Music Series – FREE
Tri-C JazzFest
Gayle Waters-Waters and Terry: A Night of Mother Daughter Debauchery
Tai Chi Classes – FREE
Million Dollar Quartet

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Published June 20th, 2014 by | Comments Off on This week’s theater news blog…

Theater news for the week of June 14-20, 2014

Each week, we’re going to keep you up-to-speed with the latest Broadway news and stories. Check back every Friday to see what you missed this week and to catch a glimpse of what’s going on at PlayhouseSquare this weekend. Enjoy!

Happening on Broadway …

Leads for national tour of Kinky Boots announced
Kyle Taylor Parker and Steven Booth have been cast as Simon/Lola and Charlie Price, respectively, in the national tour of Kinky Boots, set to head out on the road this September! Parker, who played one of the Angels and served as a Lola understudy and Booth (Avenue Q, Dogfight) will be joined by Lindsay Nicole Chambers (Hairspray, Legally Blonde) as Lauren, Joe Coots (Full Monty National Tour) as Don, Craig Waletzko (Guys and Dolls, Young Frankenstein) as George and Grace Stockade as Nicola. Kinky Boots struts into Cleveland April 7-19, 2015. (broadway.com) Read more.

Meryl Streep to star in screen adaptation of Master Class
Oscar winner Meryl Streep will star as Maria Callas in an HBO adaptation of Terrence McNally’s Master Class. EGOT winner Mike Nichols will lead the project, which is expected to begin filming in January 2015. Master Class is “a portrait of an opera diva told through her recollections of the glories, triumphs, and tragedies of her own life and career.” The original production of Master Class won 1996 Tony Awards for Best Play, Best Actress (Zoe Caldwell as Callas) and Best Featured Actress (Audra McDonald as a student performing during one of the diva’s master classes). (broadway.com) Read more.

Harry Potter’s Rupert Grint to make Broadway debut
Harry Potter star Rupert Grint (Ronald Weasley) will make his Broadway debut in It’s Only a Play. Grint joins a star-studded cast, including Matthew Broderick, Nathan Lane and Stockard Channing. The newly-revised Terrence McNally play will begin performance this fall with an official opening date of October 9, 2014. (broadway.com) Read more.

 

Upcoming Events at PlayhouseSquare

Take a Hike Tours – FREE
Maurice Hines is TAPPIN’ THRU LIFE – Cleveland Play House
Cleveland Classical Guitar Series – FREE
North Union Farmers Market
Jessie Cope Miller – Under the Influence
BW Summer Garden Music Series – FREE
Partners Pub Trivia Night
In Celebration of Ray Shepardson
Under the Streetlamp
Tri-C JazzFest
Gayle Waters-Waters and Terry: A Night of Mother Daughter Debauchery

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A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder wins big at 2014 Drama Desk Awards.

Theater news for the week of May June 1-6, 2014

Each week, we’re going to keep you up-to-speed with the latest Broadway news and stories. Check back every Friday to see what you missed this week and to catch a glimpse of what’s going on at PlayhouseSquare this weekend. Enjoy!

Happening on Broadway …

Jennifer Hudson to perform song from Finding Neverland at the Tony Awards
Oscar and Grammy Award winner Jennifer Hudson will be performing a song from a new musical, Finding Neverland, at the Tony Awards broadcast on June 8 Finding Neverland will play a limited engagement this summer at the American Repertory Theater in Cambridge, Massachusetts, starring Tony nominee Jeremy Jordan as J.M. Barrie and West End vet Laura Michelle Kelly as Sylvia Llewelyn Davis. (broadway.com) Read more.

A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder wins big at 2014 Drama Desk Awards
A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder was the big winner at the 2014 Drama Desk Awards on June 1, taking home seven awards including Outstanding Musical. All The Way took home two awards and Hedwig and the Angry Inch and Twelfth Night each took home one award. (broadway.com) Read more.

New honor to be awarded at 2014 Tony Awards ceremony
A new Tony Awards, called the Tony Honor for Excellence in Theatre Education, will be presented for the first time at the 2014 Tony Awards ceremony on June 8. The award, presented by Carnegie Mellon University, will recognize kindergarten through high school theater educators – with the first recipient of the award to be awarded at the 2015 ceremony. The honor is being presented by Zachary Quinto & Matt Bomer. (broadway.com) Read more.

 

Upcoming Events at PlayhouseSquare

Take a Hike Tours – FREE
Maurice Hines is TAPPIN’ THRU LIFE – Cleveland Play House
Cleveland Classical Guitar Series – FREE
All Star Comedy Festival
The Springtime of Our Lives
PENTON- The John Penton Story
North Union Farmers Market
Die tote Stadt (The Dead City) presented by Opera Circle
Maria Jacobs and 4Get the Girl: Where You Fly
The truTV Impractical Jokers Tour featuring The Tenderloins

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Take a look at this year’s 2014 Tony Nominated Shows.

Theater news for the week of May 23-30, 2014

Each week, we’re going to keep you up-to-speed with the latest Broadway news and stories. Check back every Friday to see what you missed this week and to catch a glimpse of what’s going on at PlayhouseSquare this weekend. Enjoy!

Happening on Broadway …

Hedwig and the Angry Inch to release Broadway cast recording
The Tony nominated revival, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, starring Neil Patrick Harris is set to release a cast album digitally on July 1 and in stores on July 15. Hedwig and the Angry Inch tells the story of “a fictional rock ‘n’ roll band, fronted by Hedwig (Harris), a transgender woman from communist East Berlin. Hedwig is up for eight 2014 Tony Awards. (broadway.com) Read more.

More performances, appearances announced for 2014 Tony Awards
The Tony Awards are just 1 week away! More performances and special appearances have been announced for the June 8 telecast on CBS, including an appearance by the cast of Wicked (the first since 2004), performances by Idina Menzel, Patti LaBelle, Gladys Knight and Sutton Foster, as well as Bullets Over Broadway, Rocky and A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder.  (broadway.com) Read more.

Original Pippin cast member John Rubinstein to join Broadway revival
John Rubinstein, who made his Broadway debut in 1977 as the title character in Pippin, will return to the Tony Award winning Broadway revival this summer. Rubinstein, who won a Tony Award for his performance in Children of a Lesser God, will be playing Charles, Pippin’s father, in the revival for a limited engagement, June 20 – July 27.  (broadway.com) Read more.

Upcoming Events at PlayhouseSquare

Take a Hike Tours – FREE
Maurice Hines is TAPPIN’ THRU LIFE – Cleveland Play House
RENT – presented by CMSD & Great Lakes Theater
Eddie Izzard
Cleveland Jazz Orchestra: Jazz in Odd Time
Cleveland Classical Guitar Series – FREE
Labatt Blue Light Lime Outdoor Concert Series – feat. Into the Blue: The Grateful Dead Revival – FREE
All Star Comedy Festival
The Springtime of Our Lives

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