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Photo: Drew Altizer.

Chatter, chatter all day long. I know you. It’s a marvel to me that you never get tired of talking about clothes.

–  Leonard Ardsley, attorney, father and character in W. Somerset Maugham’s play, For Services Rendered.

I couldn’t resist using this quote after hearing it recently at ACT’s Scripts: A Play Reading Series. Several times a season ACT hosts a staged reading of companion plays to the current main stage productions, featuring several of the show’s actors.

It’s fun, it’s free, and it’s a great opportunity to dress for an evening out-on-the-town.

Chatter on fellow fashionables.

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