New Parents Find a Common Bond in an Insightful Comedy
| January 30, 2020
Kitchen Theatre presents Molly Smith Metzler’s comedy about parenthood, ‘Cry It Out.’ Actor Erica Steinhagen joins us by phone to talk about these new parents who share little in common except that each is doing their best at dealing with a newborn.
Photo credit: Kitchen Theatre
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