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Fresh Ink 

When: Fri., May 16 2014
Those that commit suicide leave behind more than they ever imagine. From memories to simple material possessions, the wake of tragedy ripples through loved ones’ lives. In the new play Left in Ink, creator and Cleveland Public Theatre director fellow Caitlin Lewins explores how one copes, focusing on those who have permanently marked their bodies with memorial tattoos. The play’s point is to ask if it’s all right to laugh, to move on and to lead a fulfilling life. The ensemble shares heart-warming and heart-wrenching stories that confront the issues surrounding mental illness. The show runs through May 31 in Cleveland Public Theatre’s Storefront Studio. Tonight’s performance takes place at 7 p.m. and tickets are $12 to $28. (Stoops)

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