Play shows a woman’s dream world beyond Catholic confines

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Elissa Beth Stebbins, Arisa Bega, Carlye Pollack and Abigail Edber co-star in ‘What Every Girl Should Know,’ a play about girls who dream of sexual freedom in their oppressive world.

It is 1914. With the Comstock Act in full effect, it is illegal in the United States to create and distribute written materials deemed “obscene” by those in charge — including any information or items pertaining to women’s sexuality and health. In this world where women are given no rights
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