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Twitter user Theatre Kid Problems just shared the most relatable tweet for anyone who participated in theater as a kid.


The tweet refers to all the antics that happen after a theatrical production closes.

Specifically, Theatre Kid Problems talks about going to everyone's favorite breakfast joint in their full show makeup.

But the fun didn't stop there for theater kids.

At the restaurant, they inevitably performed parts of the recently-closed show.

The tweet has former and current theater kids everywhere howling because of its accuracy.

Like any well-trained actor, people are responding to the tweet with "yes, and..."









It seems as though theater kids have always been this way.

Theater kids will be theater kids, and as long as there is food involved, the tradition (and show) will go on.

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