Aaron (Bob Campbell, left) and Seth (Max Reid, right) stike up a perilous relationship in "The Happy Hour." Act Out Theatre presents the world premier production of The Happy Hour by Stephen Currens April 21-May 7 at the Downtown Arts Center in Lexington, Ky. Photo by Rich Copley | Lexington Herald-Leader
Aaron (Bob Campbell, left) and Seth (Max Reid, right) stike up a perilous relationship in "The Happy Hour." Act Out Theatre presents the world premier production of The Happy Hour by Stephen Currens April 21-May 7 at the Downtown Arts Center in Lexington, Ky. Photo by Rich Copley | Lexington Herald-Leader Lexington Herald-Leader
Aaron (Bob Campbell, left) and Seth (Max Reid, right) stike up a perilous relationship in "The Happy Hour." Act Out Theatre presents the world premier production of The Happy Hour by Stephen Currens April 21-May 7 at the Downtown Arts Center in Lexington, Ky. Photo by Rich Copley | Lexington Herald-Leader Lexington Herald-Leader

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