Di and Viv and Rose, Vaudeville Theatre

DI AND VIV AND ROSEIs there any bond more powerful than shared history? If life is the sum total of our experiences, then those who experienced with us will always hold a piece of us – and none more intimate than those formative years when we were figuring out who we wanted to become. Friendships forged on the cusp of adulthood rival great affairs in their intensity, but can be just as difficult to maintain.

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