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VIDEO: Watch Highlights From THE TWO KIDS THAT BLOW SH*T UP at Aurora Theatre

Full of hilarity and poignancy, The Two Kids That Blow Sh*t Up hits the stage at Aurora Theatre through September 30. Written by Asian-American playwright Carla Ching of Fear the Walking Dead fame, the show follows the journey of two best friends falling in and out of love. Adult audiences will journey along on the thrilling, wild ride of Max and Diana's relationship, filled with highs, lows and the hopeless influence of their parents.

Get a first look at the production in the video below!

Based on modern day experiences of love, dating and navigating the often-challenging world, The Two Kids That Blow Sh*t Up tells the story of 9-year-old kids Max and Diana who meet on the day their parents start having an affair. Through decades of their parents' disorderly relationship of getting together, breaking up, getting married and then divorced, they're relentlessly forced together and become fast friends. Seeing each other through all of life's epic fails, the two try and figure out how to fall in love without making the same mistakes as their parents.

The show will star Vivi Thai as Diana in her Aurora Theatre debut, a notable actress best known for roles as Lil in 2Cents' Unreal City, Goth Girl in Elevator and Desdemona in Ghost Players' Othello: Revisited. Thai has received the Hollywood Fringe award for Best Immersive Experience and also stars in an Amazon Prime film "Personal Space" as Deborah Li. Jack Ha, a local stand-up comedian who loves spreading the joy of laughter, will star as Max, and the production will boast direction by Pam Joyce in her Aurora Theatre debut. Joyce, known for pursuing a passion for new works, has directed several previous stage productions, including When We Were Young and Afraid, Water by the Spoonful, Big Love and Wedding on the Eiffel Tower.

The Two Kids That Blow Sh*t Up will play at Aurora Theatre September 7-30, 2018. Tickets are currently on sale; single ticket prices start at $20 and may be purchased online at or by calling the Box Office at 678-226-6222. For more information on this production or other programming, please visit

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