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From a very young age, Nicola has been determined to prove to her four older siblings, and the world, that she is more than just a little sister. But wasting all that time incessantly seeking her siblings' approval and searching for new ways to hide the fact that one of her brothers is mega-famous meant she could never quite find her place in the world. Until now. A wonderfully honest and extremely funny autobiographical rites-of-passage comedy written and performed by Nicola WrenPerformers Nicola Wren.
Author Nicola Wren. Company Something for the Weekend. Director Sadie Spencer. Design Cara Evans. Lighting Jack Weir. Sound Beth Duke. Sound Max Perryment. Dramaturg Owen Jenkins (additional dramaturgy).
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