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CLARKSBURG -

The Act 2 Theatre Company performed Neil LaBute's production of "Reasons to be Pretty" on Sunday at the Uptown Event Center in Clarksburg.

"Reasons to be Pretty" stars four young working class friends, and focuses on the modern day obsession with physical appearance.

The four stars included Chad Clem, Jackie Spicer, Allen Ludwick, and Cecilia Cotton.

The production was directed by Beau Bowden.

The next Act 2 Theatre Company production will be "From Rags to Riches" in November.