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The musical that wants to be 'Moms 'R Us'

"Is it going to hurt?" the very pregnant young woman at the center of "Motherhood the Musical" asks the trio of older, wiser friends who've popped round for a baby shower and, like you do, to sing a few original musical numbers in the mother-to-be's living room. "The delivery?" comes the dry response, "or the next 18 years?"
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