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Blood Brothers
Saw this play in London and was blown away. It literally made me laugh and cry! Best play I have seen up to this point.

By: Anthony

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"I can never remember being afraid of an audience. If the audience could do better, they'd be up here on stage and I'd be out there watching them."
  - Ethel Merman