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4.5 average rating
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25 reviews
4 stars
attended Aug 26 2012

Exceptionally good production. I enjoyed the intimacy of the theater in the round production - truly felt as if the audience was the jury. The acting was superb. I highly recommend this production.

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6 reviews
52 stars
attended Sep 01 2012

This was a new experience for me with the seating of the audience in a round table like setting, which gave it a very intimate feel watching the play. I was surprised that there weren't any women in the play, however it was well acted and...continued

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89 reviews
3 stars
attended Aug 23 2012

Engrossing performances by all.

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Website

http://www.badhabitproductions.org/

Description

Gross Indecency uses trial transcripts, personal correspondence, interviews and other source materials to tell the story of the downfall of the great man of letters whose artistic genius has long been overshadowed by the scandal surrounding his imprisonment.

Approximate Running Time: 2 hours and 30 minutes, with one intermission.

* This performance is recommended for ages 14 and up.

About the Ticket Supplier: Bad Habit Productions

Bad Habit Productions, Inc. is a 501©3 non-profit theatre dedicated to creating dynamic, innovative productions. We celebrate literary merit, examine human nature, and explore imaginative design. BHP is committed to providing audiences with high-quality, professional theatre experiences that are accessible and affordable. We foster new talent in the Boston theatre scene, thereby encouraging a vibrant, connected environment for artists while enriching the Boston arts community.