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The    CASA 0101 Theater    in Boyle Heights has a hit play on its hands. “   Always Running   ” was originally scheduled to close in a couple of weeks.

What ‘Always Running’ theater show means to Latinx Angelenos

The CASA 0101 Theater in Boyle Heights has a hit play on its hands. “ Always Running ” was originally scheduled to close in a couple of weeks.

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