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A Preview Of “Cry It Out” At UTC Theatre Co.

Kat Wilcox-Chelimsky as Lina and Logan Lynn as Jessie in “Cry It Out.”
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Kat Wilcox-Chelimsky as Lina and Logan Lynn as Jessie in “Cry It Out.”

Molly Smith Metzler is the creator of the Netflix series “Maid.”

Starting tomorrow, the UTC Theatre Company presents her play “Cry It Out” at the Ward Theatre here on our campus - a contemporary comedy about three new mothers from three different backgrounds on a journey together.

Maggie Weaver tells us more.

A rehearsal shot of “Cry It Out.”
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A rehearsal shot of “Cry It Out.”
Rehearsal shots of “Cry It Out.”
A rehearsal shot of “Cry It Out.”
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UTC Theatre Co.
A rehearsal shot of “Cry It Out.”

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