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Amanda is a semi-successful jingle writer living in New York City with her aspiring-singer fiancé, Jack. She has a job, a love life — why isn't she happy? This is the question she begins to face head-on when she returns home to New Hampshire and reconnects with her first boyfriend, Billy. Like many young people who are getting by while they're trying to live out their dreams, the "getting by" part is dominating Amanda's life while the "dreams" part slips further away every day. Sarah Treem's a feminine ending is about how people are content to stay in their rut — until life falls apart around them, and then they're emboldened to dream something new. The NonProphet Theater Company presents a feminine ending at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 5 p.m. Sunday (October 29 through November 7) at the Regional Arts Commission (6128 Delmar Boulevard (636-236-4831 or www.nptco.org). Tickets are $12 to $15.
Fridays-Sundays. Starts: Oct. 29. Continues through Nov. 7, 2010

 
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