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The Mirror Stage Podcast

The Mirror Stage Podcast

By Angie Bolton & Marquicia Dominguez
Delve into the local Seattle arts and social justice scene with co hosts Angie Bolton and QuiQui Dominguez as they blend together interviews with local experts, personal stories from individuals in the community, and host reflections.
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Happy 20th Anniversary Mirror Stage!
Hello and thank you for listening! Earlier this month we met with writer/performer Tré Calhoun and writer/performer/improviser Teague Parker. We celebrate our theatre’s 20th anniversary and the podcast's 1 year anniversary by gathering with artists we love to work with, seeing what they are up to, and playing a game to get to know ourselves, and each other on a deeper level. Be sure to check out our social media, website, or YouTube channel to learn more about past and future Mirror Stage happenings. Mirror Stage: Learn more about everything we do: Social media: Take a moment to check us out on your favorite social media platform  Instagram: http://instagram.com/mirrorstagewa  Facebook: http://facebook.com/mirrorstage Twitter: https://twitter.com/mirrorstagewa  Website: Learn more about our Theatre company! See past and future events, and find all podcast episodes in one place. ● https://mirrorstage.org YouTube: Check out our YouTube channel to see this past year's online events including; Activism Brunch, Pre-show lectures, and our Seattle Hollywood Squares. ● https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2RrkujMTKSDwUQice0vKnQ /featured Call to Action: Both of our guests can be found on Facebook and Instagram. But be sure to check out their websites and keep up with their latest events. ●  Tré Calhoun: http://www.thea-tre.com/ ●  Teague Parker: https://www.comeupproductions.com/ Learn to Swim for FREE: Check out the following website to learn more about free swimming lessons around town. There are also other free/inexpensive activities to participate in this summer. https://www.greaterseattleonthecheap.com/free-swim-lessons-for-seattle-kids-through- seattle-parks/ Go See a Play: If you are in the greater Seattle Area, visit the link below to learn more about Arts in the parks, and theatre you can see outside. https://www.seattletimes.com/entertainment/theater/your-guide-to-summer-2021-out door-theater-and-performance-in-the-seattle-area/ Music: ● Inspired by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3918-inspired License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ ● Get the Groove by Dave Miles Music from https://www.zapsplat.com Have questions? Ask Q and get an A! Email any questions or thoughts about our show to QuiQui at quiquid@mirrorstage.org Interested in making a TAX-DEDUCTIBLE Donation? ● If you enjoyed the podcast, please make a donation to Mirror Stage via our website, or text “Play it smart” to 206-888-6477 (MIRR) to make a donation from your mobile phone. We’ll be back next month on the third Monday!
01:02:09
July 22, 2021
A Juneteenth celebration with...
Hello and thank you for listening! Earlier this month we met with storyteller Sharon Nyree Williams and burlesque performer/producer Mx. Pucks A'Plenty. We celebrate Juneteenth and learn more about how these two are making a difference in the Seattle arts community.Be sure to check out our social media, website, or youtube channel to learn more about past and future Mirror Stage happenings. Mirror Stage: Learn more about everything we do: Social media: Take a moment to check us out on your favorite social media platform ●  Facebook: http://facebook.com/mirrorstage ●  Instagram: http://instagram.com/mirrorstagewa ●  Twitter: https://twitter.com/mirrorstagewa Website: Learn more about our Theatre company! See past and future events, and find all podcast episodes in one place. ● https://mirrorstage.org YouTube: Check out our Youtube channel to see this past year's online events including; Activism Brunch, Preshow lectures, and our Seattle Hollywood Squares. ● https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2RrkujMTKSDwUQice0vKnQ /featured Call to Action: Check out our guests through their websites. Keep up with their latest events, and learn more about how they are making an impact in the community ●  Sharon Williams: https://www.sharonnwilliams.com/ Here you can find the latest episodes of her storytelling program: Shaking Shit Up, hear her Podcast, and Poetry, or purchase her books and albums. You can also learn more about what’s going on with the CD Forum for Arts and Ideas ●  Mx. Pucks A'Plenty: https://www.mxpucksaplenty.com/ You can find out more about Pucks, their latest ednedvers, and their production company: Puckduction. Check out who is performing and get your tickets to: What the Funk An all BIPOC Burlesque Fest: https://www.whatthefunkfest.com/ ●  Drop by the Equal Rights Washington website http://www.equalrightswashington.org/ to donate and or join their movement by signing up for their advocacy mailing list. They are all about promoting dignity, safety, and equality for the LGBTQ + community. If financial support and email news are not your flavor of support there are a slew of events to engage in this month to show up. Check those out at SeattlePride.org! ●  Northwest African American History Museum still has some Junetenth programming happening, as well as recordings of previous events and lectures. They also have several different virtual exhibits you can enjoy. Check out the events calendar https://www.naamnw.org/events ●  We encourage you to use this link to learn more about the importance and significance of land acknowledgements: https://www.northwestern.edu/native-american-and-indigenous-peoples/about/ Land%20Acknowledgement.html ●  Find out what land you are on at https://native-land.ca/ Music: ●  Inspired by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3918-inspired License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ ● Cruisin’ Music from https://www.zapsplat.com Have questions? Ask Q and get an A! Email any questions or thoughts about our show to QuiQui at quiquid@mirrorstage.org Interested in making a TAX-DEDUCTIBLE Donation? If you enjoyed the podcast, please make a donation to Mirror Stage via our website, or text “Play it smart” to 206-888-6477 (MIRR) to make a donation from your mobile phone. We’ll be back next month on the third Monday!
01:05:58
June 21, 2021
A conversation with...
Hello and thank you for listening! Earlier this month we met with Kathy Hsieh, Lori Matsukawa, and Matty Sythandone who shared their thoughts on life, art, and what it's like to be a part of the Pacific Northwest community. We'd like to specially thank SIS Productions as this episode would not have been possible without their assistance and support! Mirror Stage: Learn more about everything we do: Social media: Take a moment to check us out on your favorite social media platform ●  Facebook: http://facebook.com/mirrorstage ●  Instagram: http://instagram.com/mirrorstagewa ●  Twitter: https://twitter.com/mirrorstagewa Website: Learn more about our Theatre company! See past and future events, and find all podcast episodes in one place. ● https://mirrorstage.org YouTube: See our latest online event; A recording of our pre-show lecture with Dr. Amy Snover; the director of the Climate Impacts Group and the University Director of the NW Climate Adaptation Science Center. ● https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p6GC4sFEcL0  Call to Action: ●  On the Boards invests in leading contemporary performing artists near and far, and connects them to a diverse range of communities interested in forward-thinking art and ideas. https://www.ontheboards.org/ ●  Learn more about south Seattle, and the people who make up that diverse community by checking out the South Seattle Emerald. The South Seattle Emerald’s mission is to amplify the authentic narratives of South Seattle https://southseattleemerald.com/ ●  Check out the work that Mix.Pucks O’ Plenty and Rebecca Mmmm Davis are doing with an all POC burlesque festival this summer. https://www.whatthefunkfest.com/ ●  Mover, Shaker, and all around Goddess Briq House is educating the world, and raising funds to create jobs for POC. Learn more about the works she does, and how she is changing the world for artists and community members. https://www.msbriqhouse.com/ ●  The Asian Pacific Virtual Showcase runs from May 1 - May 31, 2021 and aims to highlight Asian American & Pacific Islander artists of different communities and neighborhoods in the United States, Canada, and Oceania. https://vcmedia.org/ ●  More info and links to celebrate the rest of Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month!  https://everout.com/seattle/articles/ways-to-support-aapi-communities-and-busi nesses-in-seattle/c564/ ●  We encourage you to use this link to learn more about the importance and significance of land acknowledgements: https://www.northwestern.edu/native-american-and-indigenous-peoples/about/ Land%20Acknowledgement.html ●  Find out what land you are on at https://native-land.ca/ Music: ●  Inspired by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3918-inspired  License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ ● Stay Away Music from https://www.zapsplat.com Have questions? Ask Q and get an A! Email any questions or thoughts about our show to QuiQui at quiquid@mirrorstage.org Interested in making a TAX-DEDUCTIBLE Donation? ● If you enjoyed the podcast, please make a donation to Mirror Stage via our website, or text “Play it smart” to 206-888-6477 (MIRR) to make a donation from your mobile phone. We’ll be back next month on the third Monday!
01:45:40
May 18, 2021
South Seattle Stories (part 2) - Meet Othello Talks!
Hello and thank you for listening! Welcome to our second installment of South Seattle Stories. In this month’s episode, we interview Othello Talks founders: Faduma Ahmed and Susan Davis. Be sure to check out our social media, website, or YouTube channel to learn more about past and future Mirror Stage happenings. Othello Talks: Othello Talks is a monthly 60-minute program covering a specific topic of community focus catering to current residents, professionals, and community organizers who live and/or work in Seattle’s Southeast. See their previous talks, and RSVP for their next talk on their website. ● https://www.homesightwa.org/othello-talks-series/ Mirror Stage: Learn more about everything we do: Social media: Take a moment to check us out on your favorite social media platform  Facebook: http://facebook.com/mirrorstage Instagram: http://instagram.com/mirrorstagewa Twitter: https://twitter.com/mirrorstagewa Website: Learn more about our Theatre company! See past and future events, and find all podcast episodes in one place. ● https://mirrorstage.org YouTube: See our latest online event; A recording of our pre show lecture with Dr. Amy Snover; the director of the Climate Impacts Group and the University Director of the NW Climate Adaptation Science Center. ● https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p6GC4sFEcL0  Call to Action: Earth Day is April 22. Check out the website below to see how you can Participate in their theme for 2021: Restore our Earth https://www.earthday.org/toolkit-earth-day-2021-restore-our-earth/ Autism Awareness Month: Learn more about what autism is, who it affects, and how you can make a difference in the life of someone living with autism. https://www.autism-society.org/      Habitat for Humanity is doing a Women’s Build next month! You can register at https://www.habitatskc.org/women-build/ Women Build is a community of Seattle-King County women and organizations coming together to empower one another, make an impact, and change lives. The women of King County fund projects, build homes, and revitalize neighborhoods working side-by-side with our homeowners and volunteers. Music: ● Inspired by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3918-inspired  License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ ● Stay Away “Music from https://www.zapsplat.com“ Have questions? Ask Q and get an A! Email any questions or thoughts about our show to QuiQui at quiquid@mirrorstage.org. Interested in making a TAX-DEDUCTIBLE Donation? ● If you enjoyed the podcast, please make a donation to Mirror Stage via our website, or text “Play it smart” to 206-888-6477 (MIRR) to make a donation from your mobile phone. We’ll be back next month on the third Monday!
56:19
April 19, 2021
Meet the playwrights of Expand Upon: CLIMATE CHANGE!
Hello and thank you for listening! In this month’s episode, we interview the playwrights of our latest show installment Expand Upon: CLIMATE CHANGE. Please note, Program Associate, and sound engineer Hazel Gibson fills in as co-host for Mirror Stage to support Program Assistant and podcast show host QuiQui Domiguez. Be sure to check out our social media, website, or YouTube channel to learn more about past and future Mirror Stage happenings. Find our Playwrights on their Social Media platforms: ●  Julieta Vitullo: IG @julivito | website: https://www.julietavitullo.com/ , https://www.eseteatro.org/ ●  Brian Dang: IG @meowymeow ●  Both of their work can be found here: https://www.parleyproductions.com/ Mirror Stage: Learn more about everything we do: Social media: Take a moment to check us out on your favorite social media platform ●  Facebook: http://facebook.com/mirrorstage ●  Instagram: http://instagram.com/mirrorstagewa ●  Twitter: https://twitter.com/mirrorstagewa Website: Learn more about our Theater company! See past and future events, and find all podcast episodes in one place. ● https://mirrorstage.org YouTube: See our latest online event; A recording of our pre show lecturer: Dr. Amy Snover; the director of the Climate Impacts Group and the University Director of the NW Climate Adaptation Science Center. ● https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p6GC4sFEcL0  Call to Action: ●  NARAL’s Pro Choice Self-care Saturday opens March 26th! Sign up and participate here: https://prochoicewashington.org/event/self-care-saturday/ ●  Here’s the full list of women owned restaurants in Seattle! https://everout.com/stranger-seattle/articles/your-complete-guide-to-women-owned-restaurants-in-seattle-2021-edition/c525/ Music: ● Inspired by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3918-inspired License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ ● Furious Freak by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3791-furious-freak License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Have questions? Ask Q and get an A! Email any questions or thoughts about our show to QuiQui at quiquid@mirrorstage.org Interested in making a TAX-DEDUCTIBLE Donation? ● If you enjoyed the podcast, please make a donation to Mirror Stage via our website, or text “Play it smart” to 206-888-6477 (MIRR) to make a donation from your mobile phone. We’ll be back next month on the third Monday!
01:29:55
March 15, 2021
Meet the actors of Expand Upon: CLIMATE CHANGE!
Hello and thank you for listening! In this month’s episode, we interview the six actors of our latest show installment Expand Upon: CLIMATE CHANGE. Please note, Program Associate Hazel Gibson fills in as co-host for Mirror Stage board member Angie Bolton to support Program Assistant and podcast show host QuiQui Domiguez. Be sure to check out our social media, website, or YouTube channel to learn more about past and future Mirror Stage happenings. Find our Actors on their Social Media platforms: Allyce Torres: https://allycetorres.com/ Bronte Amoy: @asian_brontosaurus Christian Zumbado: @thekidpuravida | @imagesmadereality Jasmine Lomax: @jasmineissublime Tim Gouran: @ottomanknickers | Facebook: Tim Gouran  Troy Johnson: Facebook: Troy A Johnson Mirror Stage: Learn more about everything we do: Social media: Take a moment to check us out on your favorite social media platform ●  Facebook : http://facebook.com/mirrorstage ●  Instagram :http://instagram.com/mirrorstagewa Website: : Learn more about our Theatre company! See past and future events, and find all podcast episodes in one place.                 ● https://mirrorstage.org YouTube: : See our latest online event; Our previously recorded: Activism Brunch.                  ● Expand Upon: Climate Change- Activism Brunch Call to Action: ● https://www.naamnw.org/events Northwest African American Museum: A museum located in South Seattle the Museum’s exhibitions and programs feature the visual arts, music, crafts, literature, and history of African Americans in the Northwest. Check out their events page to learn about their virtual, and drive in programming. ● https://peopleforclimateaction.org/ People for Climate Action is a coalition specifically based in and for King County. Their mission is to help local governments develop and implement comprehensive climate action plans to reach the greenhouse gas reduction targets. You can become a member to interact as part of a city group or just a participating group. PLUS they have some informative FREE webinars coming up this month on Feb 20th and the 27th! So check them out. Music ● Inspired by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3918-inspired License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Have questions? Ask Q and get an A! Email any questions or thoughts about our show to QuiQui at quiquid@mirrorstage.org Interested in making a TAX-DEDUCTIBLE Donation? ● If you enjoyed the podcast, please make a donation to Mirror Stage via our website, or text “Play it smart” to 206-888-6477 (MIRR) to make a donation from your mobile phone. We’ll be back next month on the third Monday!
01:06:53
February 16, 2021
South Seatte Stories (Part 1)
Hello and thank you for listening! In this month’s episode, we interview Alexis, Kimberly, and Seth: community members that work with ReWa (Refugee Women’s Alliance). We will hear about their work in the community, learn about how ReWa is positively affecting the South Seattle Community, and find out how to get more involved with their organization. Be sure to check out our social media, website, or youtube channel to learn more about past and future MirrorStage happenings. Have questions? Ask Q and get an A! Email any questions or thoughts about our show to QuiQui at ​quiquid@mirrorstage.org Here are the links for the websites mentioned in our episode: Social media: ​Take a moment to check us out on your favorite social media platform ●  Facebook​: ​http://facebook.com/mirrorstage ●  Instagram​: ​http://instagram.com/mirrorstagewa Website​: Learn more about our Theatre company! See past and future events, and find all podcast episodes in one place. ● https://mirrorstage.org Learn more about ReWa and how you can get involved: ● https://www.rewa.org/ Call to Action: ● Volunteer With ReWa Music​: ● Inspired​ by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3918-inspired License: ​http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ ● Furious Freak b​ y Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3791-furious-freak License: ​https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Interested in making a TAX-DEDUCTIBLE Donation? ● If you enjoyed the podcast, please make a donation to Mirror Stage via our website, or text “Play it smart” to 206-888-6477 (MIRR) to make a donation from your mobile phone. We’ll be back next month on the third Monday
52:01
January 20, 2021
2020 Reflections and Looking into 2021
Hello and thank you for listening! In this month’s episode, we reflect on the year that was 2020, and how we strived. We will also share our holiday season ideas, and what we are looking forward to in 2021. Be sure to check out our social media, website, or YouTube channel to learn more about the events we discussed. Have questions? Ask Q and get an A! Email any questions or thoughts about our show to QuiQui at quiquid@mirrorstage.org Here are the links for the websites mentioned in our episode: Social media: Take a moment to check us out on your favorite social media platform Facebook: http://facebook.com/mirrorstage Instagram: http://instagram.com/mirrorstagewa Website: Learn more about our Theatre company! See past and future events, and find all podcast episodes in one place. https://mirrorstage.org Check out previous lectures and events on our Youtube Channel: MirrorStage Youtube Page 2nd Saturday Playlist Take a look at the size of South Seattle: Map of South Seattle Call to Action: Black Arts and Heritage Organizations in Washington State TreehouseforKids Music: Inspired by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3918-inspired License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ The First Noel by Podington Bear Oh Holy Night by Podington Bear Ave Maria by Podington Bear Link: https://freemusicarchive.org/genre/Christmas?sort=date&d=0&pageSize=20&page=5 Interested in making a TAX-DEDUCTIBLE Donation? If you enjoyed the podcast, please make a donation to Mirror Stage via our website, or text “Play it smart” to 206-888-6477 (MIRR) to make a donation from your mobile phone. We’ll be back next month on the third Monday!
42:33
December 21, 2020
Meet Our Fearless Leader! Part 2
Hello and thank you for listening! In this month’s episode, we continue our conversation with the Head Boss in Charge: Suzanne Cohen. Hear Suzanne go into further detail about the company. Learn about the developmental theory of Mirror Stage, and hear the Head Boss in Charge explain how she uses theatre to engage audiences and bring communities together.  We are also joined by a special guest our Sound Engineer Hazel Rose Gibson will share her insights on Suzanne and Mirror Stage. Here are the links for the websites we mentioned in our call to action: Doing Good Together https://www.doinggoodtogether.org/ Empowering families to raise caring, engaged children by offering unique programs and events, valuable services, and fun activities that promote kindness and giving. Rainier Valley Foodbank http://www.rvfb.org/ Our mission is to nourish with good food, empower with knowledge, and serve with compassion. What's up Next with Mirror Stage? Hollywood Squares: December 12, 2020 5:00pm A Seattle twist on the game show favorite Hollywood Squares featuring local theatre artists playing for the charities of their choice. Free and open to the public find out more on our website: https://mirrorstage.org/events/ If you enjoyed the podcast, please make a donation to Mirror Stage via our website, or text “Play it smart” to 206-888-6477 (MIRR) to make a donation from your mobile phone. We’ll be back next month on the third Monday! Music: Inspired by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3918-inspired License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ For more Mirror Stage, follow us on social media! Facebook: http://facebook.com/mirrorstage Instagram: http://instagram.com/mirrorstagewa Website: https://mirrorstage.org
01:03:30
November 17, 2020
Meet our Fearless Leader! Part 1
Hello and thank you for listening! In this month’s episode, we introduce you to our Head Boss in Charge: Suzanne Cohen. Hear Suzanne tell us about her origins, and learn how Mirror Stage has developed over the last 20 years! Here are the links for the websites we mentioned in our call to action: Nation Wide https://www.vote.org/ Check registration, more info on mail in voting, get election updates, When We All Vote Campaign https://www.whenweallvote.org/takeaction/ When We All Vote is a non-profit, nonpartisan organization that is on a mission to increase participation in every election and close the race and age voting gap by changing the culture around voting, harnessing grassroots energy, and through strategic partnerships to reach every American. Text VOTE to 30330 to see if you’re registered to vote and learn more about voting by mail. Duwamish Longhouse Advocacy https://www.duwamishtribe.org/advocacy Ways to help the Duwamish Longhouse become a safe place for visitors and employees with a bus stop and a crosswalk. Music: Inspired by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3918-inspired License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Get the Groove by Dave Miles Zapsplat.com For more Mirror Stage, follow us on social media! Facebook: http://facebook.com/mirrorstage Instagram: http://instagram.com/mirrorstagewa Website: https://mirrorstage.org If you enjoyed the podcast, please make a donation to Mirror Stage via our web site, or text “Play it smart” to 206-888-6477 (MIRR) to make a donation from your mobile phone. We’ll be back next month on the third Monday!
01:12:03
October 19, 2020
Meet the Mirror Stage Board!
Hello and thank you for listening! In this month’s episode, we introduce you to the Mirror Stage Board: Angie Bolton and Elizabeth Calhoun.  Here are the links for the websites we mentioned in our call to action:  Listen to the TeenTix Arts Podcast to hear their 3 part series speaking with the artists who collaborated on Mirror Stage’s Expand Upon series: Gun Control and check out their newsletter: https://soundcloud.com/teentix teentix.org/blog Music: Inspired by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3918-inspired License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ It Takes One by Jes Smith Link: https://www.zapsplat.com For more Mirror Stage, follow us on social media! Facebook: http://facebook.com/mirrorstage Instagram: http://instagram.com/mirrorstagewa Website: https://mirrorstage.org If you enjoyed the podcast, please make a donation to Mirror Stage via our web site, or text “Play it smart” to 206-888-6477 (MIRR) to make a donation from your mobile phone. We’ll be back next month on the third Monday!
49:09
September 19, 2020
Pilot: Meet the staff of Mirror Stage!
Hello and thank you for listening! In this month’s episode, we introduce you to the Mirror Stage staff: Hazel Rose Gibson, Anne Tobin, and QuiQui Dominguez. Below are the links for the websites we mentioned in our call to action. Samaritan City: https://www.samaritan.city/ Seattle COVID-19 resources: https://www.seattleworks.org/covid-19_resources For more Mirror Stage, follow us on social media! Facebook: facebook.com/mirrorstage/ Instagram: instagram.com/mirrorstagewa Website: mirrorstage.org Music: · Inspired by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3918-inspired License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ · Furious Freak by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3791-furious-freak License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ · Local Forecast - Elevator by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.com/ Additional sound effects and music from https://www.zapsplat.com
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August 15, 2020
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