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Latest Fire Pit play in Alexandria calls for hankies

An advice columnist plunges into the dilemmas facing those who seek her help.

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Sara Chipman, left, and Georgia Snider rehearse "Tiny Beautiful Things," which begins Thursday, Sept. 8, at Lakes Area Theatre. (Contributed)<br/><br/>
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ALEXANDRIA — The latest play presented by Fire Pit Productions, "Tiny Beautiful Things," is about an anonymous advice columnist named Sugar and real-life readers who pour out their hearts to her.
Based on the book by Cheryl Strayed, the play is written by Nia Vardalos. Critics have advised bringing hankies, as the advice columnist plunges into the dilemmas facing those who seek her help.
"Tiny Beautiful Things" is produced by Mike Roers and directed by Jessica Chipman. THe cast includes Becky Byrne, Sara Chipman, Alex Shockley and Georgia Snider. Sailor Peterson and Tai Auran are the stage managers, and Quincy Roers did set design.
"Tiny Beautiful Things" will be on stage at 7 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, Sept. 8-10 at Lakes Area Theatre, 4133 Iowa St.
To reserve seating, call 320-815-7664. The cost $15.

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