Circle Mirror Transformation, One of Three New Plays by Emerging Writer Annie Baker
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The last date listed for Circle Mirror Transformation was Saturday November 13, 2010 / 2:00pm.
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This is a play set in a fictional small town in Vermont, which takes place between four adult ed drama class students and their teacher over the course of their six-week class. It uses drama exercises and break-time chat as the vehicle to depict...continued
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“Absorbing, unblinking, and sharply funny!” —_The New York Times _
Written by Annie Baker
Directed by Melia Bensussen
This fall, three Boston theatre companies will team up to produce breakout writer Annie Baker’s first three plays — Circle Mirror Transformation, produced by the Huntington Theatre Company (October 15 — November 14), Body Awareness, produced by SpeakEasy Stage Company (October 22 — November 20), and The Aliens, produced by Company One (October 22 — November 20). All set in the fictional town of Shirley, VT, the plays will run together in the first-ever festival dedicated to the work of this wryly observant young writer. The plays present a special opportunity to examine the rich and varied lives of a small town filled with humor, good intentions, unintended consequences, and accidental beauty.