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Theater embraces ‘the change’

It’s been called the ‘M’ word, the ‘change’ and simply ‘It.’ But it is menopause, the stage of life celebrated with laughs in the national hit theater performance ‘Menopause, The Musical.’ The comedy will end its tour Sunday, April 14 at Lodi’s Hutchins Street Square.

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Margot Moreland

Posted: Friday, April 12, 2013 7:37 am

Margot Moreland has stood in front of glowing stage lights countless times in her acting career, but not every role has been as fun as the one she plays in “Menopause, The Musical,” coming to Hutchins Street Square on Sunday for a one-night event.

Here, she shares about the show, the stage in life that no one likes to talk about and what it’s like to travel around the country in a pink van with the hush-hush word “Menopause” written boldly on the side.

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