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Filled with tuneful pop songs, ‘Nobody Loves You’ takes audiences on a behind-the-scenes ride through reality television and into real life to ask the question: In a world where every kiss is staged for the cameras, can two people find a real connection? The cast includes Kelsey Kurz, Nicole Lewis, Kate Morgan Chadwick, Heath Calvert, Jenni Barber, Adam Kantor (and on floor, from left) Alex Brightman and Lauren Molina. Henry DiRocco.

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