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    New York attorney-cum-award-winning author Doreen Cronin will participate in a book signing and audience Q&A after the production of a fun, nationally produced staged adaptation of her well-known "Diary of" children’s book series: "Diary of a Worm," "Diary of a Spider," and "Diary of a Fly." The play, "Diary of a Worm, a Spider, and a Fly," is being produced by Louisville's StageOne Family Theatre and will run at the Bomhard Theatre at the Kentucky Center on Saturday, May 10 and Saturday, May 17 at 11 AM and 2 PM. Cronin will be present at the May 10 shows for an author signing after each performance in addition to an audience Q&A following the 2 PM event. 

    A family friendly show for the "young at heart” and recommended for kids age 4 and older, this stage adaptation highlights the excitement and trepidation shared by the thoughtful and relatable characters in Cronin's popular children’s series – the adventurous fly, the serious spider, and the shy worm – all of whom are about to begin a brand new school year with their own concerns, expectations, and hopes.

    Tickets are still available and can be purchased by calling the Kentucky Center (502)584-7777, buying in person at the box office: 501 W. Main Street, Louisville, or ordering online. (Group rates are available for parties of 12+.)

    *Note: The 11 AM show on May 10 is a sensory-friendly performance.

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    About Kirsten Clodfelter

    Kirsten Clodfelter’s writing has been previously published in The Iowa Review, Brevity, Narrative Magazine, Green Mountains Review, storySouth, and The Good Men Project, among others. Her chapbook of war-impact stories, Casualties, was published last year by RopeWalk Press. A regular contributor to As It Ought to Be and Series Editor of the small-press review series, At the Margins, Clodfelter lives in Southern Indiana with her partner and young daughter and has called the greater-Louisville area home since 2010.

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