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Woman struggles to break out in man’s world in ‘Single Girls Guide’

Susan Mosher is Sipkins, Farrah Alvin is Harriet and Kate Loprest is Emma, left to right, in a scene from the Capital Repertory Theatre's production of "Single Girls Guide." (photo: Joe Schuyler)
Susan Mosher is Sipkins, Farrah Alvin is Harriet and Kate Loprest is Emma, left to right, in a scene from the Capital Repertory Theatre's production of "Single Girls Guide." (photo: Joe Schuyler)
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Broadway is a blast, but most actors who really love their craft also relish the opportunity to perform on a much smaller scale. “I happen to love intimate spaces,” said Kate Loprest, who is playing the female lead, Emma Woodhouse, in Gordon Greenberg’s “Single Girls Guide,” which begins with previews on Friday and opens next Tuesday at the Capital Repertory Theatre’s 286-seat venue. “I grew up with theater in the round, so I feel very ...


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