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click to enlarge Julie Novak in “Too Much Information.”
  • Julie Novak in “Too Much Information.”

Is oversharing your bag? Then “Too Much Information” is for you. A dozen local women act out monologues pulled from experiences in their own lives, from the ridiculous to the sublime, but always pointed in the direction of catharsis. Following last year’s initial success with the TMI project, show creator Eva Tenuto brings a fresh edition of the show, with all new writing and performances, to the Shadowland Theater in Ellenville on Friday, May 6 and Saturday, May 7 at 8pm. Shadowland Theater, Ellenville. $15. (845) 658-8410; astarlingproduction@gmail.com.

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