ACCESS, BOX OFFICE & TICKETS
WHAT’S ON September ~ December
Both our Theatre and Studio have wheelchair spaces and convenient lift access. Each Theatre production has an Audio-Described Performance with a free Touch Tour one hour before the show. Assistance dogs are welcome and large print programmes are available free of charge. We have infra-red assisted hearing facilities and each Theatre production has a BSL-Interpreted Performance. Captioned performances are now available in the Theatre. If you have a particular access requirement and would like to speak to a member of staff before your visit, contact the Box Office on 0845 450 4427 or royalexchange.co.uk/access BY PHONE OR FAX 9.30am ~ 6.15pm Monday to Saturday 11am ~ 5pm Sunday BOX OFFICE 0845 450 4427 FAX 0161 615 6696 IN PERSON 9.30am ~ 7.30pm Monday to Saturday 11am ~ 5pm Sunday email@example.com ONLINE Book up to a few hours before the performance royalexchange.co.uk/bookonline GROUP BOOKINGS 0161 833 4427 firstname.lastname@example.org royalexchange.co.uk/groups TICKET PRICES THE THEATRE £10 ~ £35 THE STUDIO All seats £12, concessions £10, under 13s £5 HOW TO FIND US royalexchange.co.uk/findus Royal Exchange Theatre St Ann’s Square, Manchester, M2 7DH. Registered Charity No. 255424.
Season photography Craig Easton Photography www.craigeaston.com Theatre Photography Joel Fildes. Production Photography Jonathan Keenan. Design Daren Newman.
The Theatre 12 September ~ 20 October
THE COUNTRY WIFE by William Wycherley Directed by Polly Findlay
Welcome to the Royal Exchange Theatre – a space for you in the heart of Manchester. We’re open seven days a week and whenever you choose to visit there’ll be something for you here: amazing theatre productions, live music, exhibitions, poetry readings and lots of opportunities for you to get involved with workshops, discussions and community events. Or if you prefer, you can relax with a drink in the glorious surroundings of the Great Hall, enjoy the free Wi-Fi and (if you pick the right day) some free foyer entertainment. In this brochure you’ll find full details of events from September ~ December. Christmas is a magical time at the Exchange and this year is no exception. Our fantastic Christmas show, RATS’ TALES, has been written specially for us by Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy. Enchanting and mysterious folk tales unfold in our spectacular theatre space, mixing live music, stunning visuals and engrossing storytelling. It’s a festive must-see for everyone – and the perfect introduction to our Theatre for old and young. We look forward to welcoming you to our theatre very soon.
In the gossip-fuelled London of the 17th Century Harry Horner has started a brilliantly calculated rumour, and soon every husband in London believes he is impotent. Armed with this ingenious alibi Harry is free to charm his way into the hearts and boudoirs of every ‘respectable’ wife in society. When Jack Pinchwife arrives in London the battle is on to keep his innocent ‘country wife’ from the clutches of Harry Horner. But how innocent is Margery? Intrigue, sex and seduction kept this subversive comedy from the stage for 200 years. See it brought to sparkling life by Olivier Award-winning director Polly Findlay, whose recent productions include GOOD at the Royal Exchange and ANTIGONE at the National Theatre. INTRODUCING… THE COUNTRY WIFE Tuesday 25 September, 10am ~ 12pm A pre-show talk and demonstration-based workshop for schools, community groups and individuals. £6/£4 (concessions & groups leaders). Book on 0161 833 0483.
Box Office 0845 450 4427 royalexchange.co.uk/countrywife 01 | 02
The Studio 19 ~ 29 September
The Theatre 24 October ~ 24 November
Words by Sylvia Lancaster Poetry by Simon Armitage Co-directed by Sarah Frankcom & Susan Roberts
by Tennessee Williams Directed by Sarah Frankcom
On August 11th, 2007 Sophie Lancaster was beaten unconscious in Stubbeylee Park, Bacup and later died from her injuries in hospital. She was 20 years old, had just passed her A-Levels and was working out what to do with her life. She was killed because she dressed differently. BLACK ROSES is an elegy for Sophie in which she tells her own story through a series of poems by the award-winning poet Simon Armitage, alongside the words of her mother, Sylvia Lancaster.
In the American Deep South, Lady Torrance is trapped in a loveless marriage and a small town. When a charismatic drifter arrives with a snakeskin jacket and a guitar the narrow-minded community is soon in uproar. Lady’s long-forgotten passions are reignited, but will love and freedom be allowed to triumph? Imogen Stubbs stars in this major revival of Tennessee Willliam’s classic drama about the power of imagination and love in the face of conformity.
The piece provoked an unprecedented response when it premiered on Radio Four last year. Now it has been re-imagined for the theatre with Rachel Austin and Julie Hesmondhalgh (CORONATION STREET).
Presented by special arrangement with the University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee.
The production supports the ongoing work of the Sophie Lancaster Foundation, which promotes respect and understanding of subcultures in our communities.
THE BLACK ROSES PROJECT Wednesday 26 September 5.30 ~ 8pm The launch of this exciting creative writing project for young people aged 16+. For more information call 0161 615 6720 royalexchange.co.uk/discover INTRODUCING… BLACK ROSES Thursday 27 September, 10am ~ 12pm A pre-show talk and demonstration-based workshop for schools, community groups and individuals. £6 / £4 (concessions & groups leaders). Book on 0161 833 0483. The Studio Season is Supported by Manchester Airports Group. Box Office 0845 450 4427 royalexchange.co.uk/blackroses
WRITE BACK Tuesday 6 November 7.30pm LIGHT AND SHADOW “We live in a world of – light and shadow … and it’s confusing” A collaboration with Wilma Theater in Philadelphia. On the night of the US Presidential Election, six unique voices from the UK and US explore the resonant themes in ORPHEUS DESCENDING: liberty and freedom, passion of the individual imagination against conformity and community pressure, and what it means to be “American”. Playwrights include some of the most exciting established and emerging voices from the UK and US. Tickets £7/£5 Box Office 0845 450 4427 INTRODUCING… ORPHEUS DESCENDING Wednesday 7 November, 10am – 12pm A pre-show talk and demonstration-based workshop for schools, community groups and individuals. £6/£4 (concessions & groups leaders). Book on 0161 833 0483. Box Office 0845 450 4427 royalexchange.co.uk/orpheus 03 | 04
Christmas at The Royal Exchange
29 November ~ 12 January
DAZZLE Inside the spectacular Great Hall from 18 November ~ 31 December you’ll find DAZZLE – the contemporary jewellery exhibition showcasing unique and original pieces of work from top international designers. Browse and buy from an amazing range using an incredible variety of materials from gold and platinum to paper and wood. royalexchange.co.uk/dazzle THE CRAFT SHOP • Original handmade gifts • Christmas cards and unique wrapping paper • Exclusive jewellery exhibition for Christmas. royalexchange.co.uk/craftshop
RATS’ TALES is a world premiere, exclusively written for Manchester by Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy. Dark and mysterious folk tales are interwoven with brand new stories, inspired by the tale of the Pied Piper. Under the direction of Melly Still ‘an enchantress when it comes to storytelling’ (The Times), 8 actors, 2 musicians and an ensemble of 30 local children will bring the Theatre to life - mixing live music, stunning visuals and playful storytelling for an unforgettable experience. INTRODUCING... RATS’ TALES Weds 12 Dec 10am ~ 12pm Pre-show talk £6/£4
DISCOVER MORE with the RATS’ TALES KIT royalexchange.co.uk/resources
COSTUME HIRE • Putting on a Christmas show? • Having an extra-special party?
RATS’ TALES PARTY PACKAGES Fantastic meal/ticket deal for
The Costume Hire Department have a wide variety of costumes and accessories to hire. royalexchange.co.uk/costumehire
CHRISTMAS DINNER IN THE ROUND Pre-show dining for all
THE TEAR THIEF See Page 09 for more details A magical show for anyone aged 3+ - Carol Ann Duffy’s THE TEAR THIEF - packed with magical puppetry and gorgeous storytelling. Tickets from £5 royalexchange.co.uk/tearthief
groups of 8+ the family, book your table when you book your ticket royalexchange.co.uk/food&drink Box Office 0845 450 4427 royalexchange.co.uk/rats 05 | 06
THE STUDIO - VISITING COMPANIES The Studio 3 ~ 6 October Jessica Walker and Opera North in association with the Royal Exchange Theatre present
PAT KIRKWOOD IS ANGRY Written and performed by Jessica Walker The turbulent life and beautiful songs of Pat Kirkwood are brought to life in Jessica Walker’s funny and heart-breaking one-woman show. Wed ~ Fri 7.30pm Sat 8pm The Studio 12 ~ 13 October Tara Arts present
UPRISING by Alex Wheatle MBE Award-winning author Alex Wheatle MBE presents his moving autobiographical story of how he became a writer. From the brutality of children’s homes to being on the ‘Frontline’ in riot-torn Brixton and sharing a prison cell with a fierce Rasta-man. Fri 7.30pm Sat 8pm The Studio 19 ~ 20 October Articulate Elbow present
MOTHER F With Susan Swanton and Isabel Ford MOTHER F is a celebratory, raucous and touching comedy about mothers. A mother dies and two daughters rummage through her letters and photos in the attic where they discover a secret that will change their relationship forever. Fri 7.30pm Sat 8pm The Studio 31 Oct ~ 3 Nov New Art Club present
QUIET ACT OF DESTRUCTION Following last year’s award-winning BIG BAG OF BOOM, New Art Club are back with a brand new critically acclaimed comedy experience. Against an exhilarating soundtrack, Pete and Tom take us on a whirlwind rampage through the English countryside. Wed ~ Fri 7.30pm Sat 8pm
Box Office 0845 450 4427 royalexchange.co.uk/studio
THE STUDIO - VISITING COMPANIES The Studio 6 ~ 10 November Coal in association with the Royal Exchange Theatre present
JOHNNY COME LATELY Conceived by Annie Fitzmaurice Developed and directed by John Wright (Told By An Idiot). A mother and her adult daughter are living in reduced circumstances, when a mysterious stranger appears on their doorstep, unsettling their already chaotic lives. Tues ~ Fri 7.30pm Sat 3.30pm & 8pm The Studio 14 ~ 17 November Horse + Bamboo present
THE NIGHTINGALE Directed by Alison Duddle A selfish King replaces his melodic songbird with an all mod-cons mechanical gizmo - then wonders if something is missing from his life. With vivid performance, puppetry and animation. For ages 4+ Wed ~ Fri 10.30am & 1.30pm Sat 11am & 2pm The Studio 20 ~ 24 November A Paines Plough, Live Newcastle and Salisbury Playhouse Production
LONDON by Simon Stephens Two plays by Olivier Award-winning playwright Simon Stephens. LONDON tells two heart rending stories of family and the choices they make for the precious things they love. Tues ~ Fri 7.30pm Thurs 2.30pm Sat 3.30pm & 8pm The Studio 6 ~ 8 December Metta Theatre present
ARAB NIGHTS by writers including Hassan Abdulrazzak, Ghalia Kabbani, Raja Shehadeh and anonymous Shahrazad needs to survive for just one more night. Can her stories save her? An Arabian Nights for a modern age, responding to events of the Arab Revolutions. Thurs & Fri 7pm Sat 3.30pm & 7.30pm Box Office 0845 450 4427 royalexchange.co.uk/studio 07 | 08
BACK FOR THE FOURTH TIME…
The Studio 12 & 19 November, 4 December & 7 January
CAROL ANN DUFFY AND FRIENDS Poet Laureate Carol Ann Duffy returns for a fourth season of the overwhelmingly successful evenings in The Studio. Joining her are new writers from Manchester Metropolitan University and a variety of leading professional poets, offering a medley of poetry, jazz, book signings and lively conversation. Music from 7pm. Poetry at 7.30pm. Tickets £12/£10
The Studio 11 ~ 29 December Little Angel Theatre in association with the Royal Exchange Theatre present
THE TEAR THIEF Based on the original story by Carol Ann Duffy Directed by Peter Glanville Music composed by James Hesford Designed by Simon Plumridge Puppets designed and made by Jan Zalud A beautiful adaptation of Carol Ann Duffy’s original story THE TEAR THIEF. Each night, in the hours between supper and bedtime the Tear Thief soundlessly steals the tears of every child who cries. But what does she do with all those tears? Brought to life by the magical puppetry of the Little Angel Theatre this magical production is accompanied by live music and is suitable for 3+. Tickets £12/£10. Under 13s £5 This play is based on the original story THE TEAR THIEF text copyright C 2007 by Carol Ann Duffy. First published in the United Kingdom
THE SEARCH FOR GREAT NEW PLAYS Have you heard about The Bruntwood Prize for Playwriting? It’s the biggest national competition for playwriting and it’s right here at the Royal Exchange. We’ve been running it since 2005, and soon we’ll be re-opening the search for the fourth time. This autumn, during the run up to the 2013 competition we’ll be hitting the road with a series of workshops to help you put pen to paper, create stories on stage and bring your ideas and imagination to life. The workshops are for everyone, and will be run by Bruntwood Prize winning playwrights. Keep an eye out for more information on writeaplay.co.uk. 09 | 10
SUNDAYS AT THE ROYAL EXCHANGE
SUNDAYS AT THE ROYAL EXCHANGE
Open 11am ~ 5pm, with a delicious Sunday lunch menu, special pop-in FREE events from 2 ~ 3pm to help you escape the mayhem of shopping and the chance to use our free Wi-Fi while you enjoy coffee, cake and a great atmosphere.
Sunday 14 Oct 7.30pm CLOSE UP featuring WILL SELF Marking the publication of his new novel UMBRELLA, writer/journalist Will Self will be interviewed onstage by Dave Haslam. Tickets £12/£8 Part of The Manchester Weekender
Sunday 11 Nov 7.30pm THEA GILMORE plus special guests One of the UK’s most enduring songwriters and vocalists, Thea Gilmore numbers Bruce Springsteen amongst her most loyal fans. Join us for a stunning, not to be missed evening of her career highlights Tickets from £14.50
Coming up this autumn a fantastic selection of one night concerts, bringing you the best in music, literature and performance. Sunday 14 Oct 3.30pm Manchester Literature Festival presents CLARE BALDING Writer and broadcaster Clare Balding discusses her moving and very funny childhood memoir MY ANIMALS AND OTHER FAMILY. Clare grew up to become one of the BBC’s main Sports presenters, fronting live racing and the Olympics, as well as becoming a familiar voice on BBC Radio 4. Tickets £8/£6
Box Office 0845 450 4427 royalexchange.co.uk/sundays
Sunday 18 Nov 5pm CALL MR. ROBESON - A LIFE, WITH SONGS by Tayo Aluko World famous actor, singer and civil rights campaigner Paul Robeson was branded a traitor by the Establishment and denied performing and travelling opportunities. Tayo Aluko revives one of the 20th Century’s most overlooked figures in this tour-de-force performance. Tickets from £12/£10 * * * * “ First-rate” The Guardian Sunday 9 Dec 7.30pm JUNE TABOR & OYSTERBAND “There’s enough emotional power here to fuel a circuit of the sun The reunion of Oysterband and Tabor has created a masterpiece.” SONGLINES ***** Band on the Wall and CODA present a very special concert by one of the most loved electric folk bands, reunited with long-time collaborator and folk giant June Tabor. Tickets from £15.50
Box Office 0845 450 4427 royalexchange.co.uk/sundays 11 | 12
WORD IN PROGRESS
WORD IN PROGRESS
Be the first audience to experience new work in development and feedback after the performance. All performances take place at 1pm in The Studio Tickets - £3.50
Wednesday 17 October
THE BENGAL LILY by Debbie Oates
Manchester 1863: Thousands of miles away the Americans fight their civil war on the platform of slavery, the blockaded ports have created a cotton famine, and Manchester was built on cotton. Through the smog of the poverty-choked city shine the bright lights of Joe Prince’s Music Hall, ‘Prince’s Palace’, promising escape, indulgence and a new rising star, Bengal Lily. Writer Debbie Oates has previously written for CORONATION STREET and PRIMEVAL. Wednesday 5 December Theatre Centre in association with the Royal Exchange Theatre
This is the outcome of a collaboration with Theatre Centre to focus on the development of new writer-led work for 8-13 year olds. Playwrights from across the North will work on the development of new ideas, explore the imaginative possibilities and theatrical challenges of creating work for this age-group. This will be an opportunity for the playwrights to share scenes from their work and gain invaluable feedback from audiences of any age group. Playwrights include Sarah McDonald Hughes, Cat Jones, Kellie Smith, Eve Steele, Lorna Poustie and Chris Bush.
Friday 7 September
THE MAN WITH EVERYTHING by Sally Wainwright Gary has everything – loving family and friends and successful business, except the very core of who he really is and who he was born to be. As much as everyone tells him how fortunate he is, he can’t escape the unerring truth of his real identity. Award-winning scriptwriter Sally Wainwright’s work includes SCOTT AND BAILEY. This is the first time she has written for the stage. Wednesday 10 October
by Sarah McDonald Hughes In association with Monkeywood FLESH is a new play based on the true stories of young parents. Monkeywood make award-winning new plays that are rooted in their Mancunian community. Sarah’s work includes the awardwinning ONCE IN A HOUSE ON FIRE and MAINE ROAD.
Box Office 0845 450 4427 royalexchange.co.uk/word 13 | 14
TEACHER EXCHANGE FORUM Wednesday 19 September 5 ~ 6.30pm Bringing teachers, theatre practitioners and educationalists together to hear about recent and forthcoming projects that place creative learning at the heart of the curriculum. For information or to book call 0161 615 6697.
IN THE LOUNGE A chance to meet directors, playwrights and practitioners in our Education Lounge in the Hall. Relaxed, informal and free, on most Thursday evenings from 6 ~ 7pm. Find out who you can meet at royalexchange.co.uk/thelounge
…workshops, projects and events for everyone
COMMUNITY EVENING Monday 24 September 5.30 ~ 7pm Tuesday 4 December, 11am ~ 1pm For groups who are under represented in theatre and/or at risk of social exclusion. To find out more about how to engage with us through the Community Links programme call 0161 615 6792.
...things you never dreamt were there
SCHOOLS & COLLEGES Exchange Member Schools Scheme, Taster Workshops, Creative Industry Experiences, Early Years Partnerships, Professional Development Workshops and Teacher Exchange Forum events. More information at royalexchange.co.uk/schools or 0161 615 6721. SONGLINES A drama, art and music programme run in partnership with Manchester Camerata for 10 to 13 year olds with high functioning ASD. A creative opportunity to build skills in music, drama and team work in a fun, non-pressured creative environment. For information call 0161 615 6780.
THE BLACK ROSES PROJECT Wednesday 26 September 5.30 ~ 8pm The launch of this exciting creative writing project for young people aged 16+. For more information call 0161 615 6720 royalexchange.co.uk/discover 2x2 WORDPLAY – Taster workshops for everyone 18+ interested in writing, with or without experience. Get your creative juices flowing with fresh ideas and imaginative fun. 11am ~ 1pm £12 for 2 sessions. Book on 0845 450 4427 27 September & 4 October to accompany BLACK ROSES 22 & 29 November to accompany LONDON. SHAKESPEARE, DRAMA & POETRY CPD WITH MICHAEL ROSEN & JOHN DOONA Friday 28 September 9.30am ~ 3.30pm A practical workshop focused on bringing the worlds of Shakespeare’s plays to primary children, to create original, dynamic poetry. £165 per delegate including tea, coffee and lunch. Book through Box Office 0845 450 4427. 2X2 BETWEEN THE LINES: ORPHEUS DESCENDING. 14 & 21 November 11am ~ 1pm. A pair of discussion, playreading and talk-based sessions. For everyone 18+ £12 for 2 sessions Book on 0845 450 4427.
TRUTH ABOUT YOUTH
A three-year partnership project with The Co-operative Foundation which is challenging and changing negative perceptions of young people in the UK.
If you’re 14 ~ 21 and interested in getting involved with performance-based projects, professional training and mentoring, writing, drama, film-making, volunteering, web design & event planning, please visit royalexchange.co.uk/truthaboutyouth or call 0161 615 6721. 15 | 16
MEET, EAT, DRINK, RELAX…
AND ENJOY THE EXCHANGE…
Morning, noon and night – The Royal Exchange is the perfect place to meet friends over a coffee, relax with a drink after work or enjoy a fine lunch or pre-show dinner.
ENJOY FREE ENTERTAINMENT IN THE HALL WITH SFX Call into the Great Hall every Friday from 5.30pm for Happy Hour and FREE entertainment. Expect anything from free running to Indo-jazz music, from comedy to world dance. Check out Sundays from 2 ~ 3pm as well when there will be more events happening. Listings at royalexchange.co.uk/specialfx
THE GREAT HALL CAFÉ – find us inside the main theatre foyer from 9.30am, serving speciality coffees and teas, delicious homemade cakes, pastries, paninis, pies, sandwiches, salads and a range of beers, wines and soft drinks. THE ROUND RESTAURANT – serves modern British food at its best, using fresh, seasonal and locally sourced ingredients. Perfect for lunch or pre-show dinner. BRAND NEW this autumn, an exciting new menu available lunchtimes and evenings, including a children’s menu. Reserve your table now on 0161 615 6666 or online BAR EXCHANGE – a great place for a post work drink. Also open after the show for the perfect end to your evening. royalexchange.co.uk/food&drink
Open 7 days a week, with something for everyone
EXHIBITIONS Go on a journey through the Royal Exchange’s history with our Timeline Exhibition, and see changing exhibitions in the Craft Shop cabinets and the Mezzanine Gallery. royalexchange.co.uk/exhibitions THEATRE TOURS Explore the unseen spaces, backstage and dressing rooms with a fully guided tour. Tickets £5 including refreshments Book on 0161 833 9833. royalexchange.co.uk/theatretours DO IT YOURSELF – SELF GUIDED THEATRE TOURS FREE Theatre Explorer Bags available for under 7s, or FREE activity sheets and theatre trails available for young people, families or schools. Ask at the Information Point. FREE WI-FI Just use the password internet
CEREMONIES & CELEBRATIONS The Royal Exchange Theatre provides a unique setting for your civil wedding, civil partnership or renewal of vows. The self-contained Front Room seats up to 75 people for a ceremony with stunning views of St Ann’s Square, the Great Hall and Theatre module, whilst the oak panelled splendour of the Board Room is perfect for a more intimate gathering. We offer an imaginative bespoke choice of catering menus, with friendly and professional advice. Call 0161 615 6793 or email email@example.com 17 | 18
CRAFT SHOP & COSTUME HIRE
SEPTEMBER FRI 7 1PM WED 12 7.30PM THU 13 7.30PM FRI 14 5.30PM 7.30PM SAT 15 3.30PM 8PM SUN 16 MON 17 7.30PM TUE 18 7.30PM WED 19 2.30PM 5PM 7.30PM THU 20 6PM 7.30PM FRI 21 5.30PM 7.30PM SAT 22 3.30PM 8PM SUN 23 MON 24 5.30PM 7.30PM TUE 25 10AM 2.30PM 7.30PM WED 26 11AM 2.30PM 5.30PM 7.30PM THU 27 10AM 11AM 2.30PM 6PM 7.30PM FRI 28 9.30AM 5.30PM 7.30PM SAT 29 10.30AM 3.30PM 8PM SUN 30 OCTOBER MON 1 7.30PM TUE 2 7.30PM WED 3 2.30PM 7.30PM THU 4 11AM 7.30PM FRI 5 5.30PM 7.30PM SAT 6 3.30PM 8PM SUN 7 MON 8 7.30PM TUE 9 7.30PM WED 10 1PM 2.30PM 7.30PM THU 11 7.30PM FRI 12 5.30PM 7.30PM SAT 13 3.30PM 8PM SUN 14 3.30PM 7.30PM MON 15 7.30PM TUE 16 7.30PM WED 17 1PM 2.30PM 7.30PM THU 18 7.30PM FRI 19 5.30PM 7.30PM SAT 20 3.30PM 8PM SUN 21 MON 22 TUE 23
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If you are looking for Christmas gifts or a treat for yourself then our Craft Shop is the place to come. With a unique selection of jewellery, textiles, glass, ceramics, wood, metal and pictures you will be spoilt for choice. Don’t forget to visit our free changing exhibitions whilst you are here. Visit the website for more details royalexchange.co.uk/craftshop. COSTUME HIRE
Costume Hire, the choice is endless
The Royal Exchange has the best wardrobe in town – and it’s available for hire. Turn an occasion into an event and hire one of the 5000 handmade costumes as seen on the stage at the Royal Exchange. Simply call 0161 819 6660 for a fitting and some inspiration. royalexchange.co.uk/costumehire
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TEAR THIEF TEAR THIEF TEAR THIEF TEAR THIEF TEAR THIEF TEAR THIEF TEAR THIEF TEAR THIEF TEAR THIEF TEAR THIEF
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Published on Aug 1, 2012