November: David Mamet's Election Year Satire at Boston Center for the Arts
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Central to every tale of true love is a soul mate -- a person who, above all others -- understands you and fulfills you on every level. But what if we don't have a single soul mate, and are instead like giant jigsaw puzzles seeking multiple pieces to complete our picture? That's the idea behind romantic comedy Soul Mates, a series of nine vignettes exploring the many faces of a soul mate. With each new scene, you'll meet another pair of loved ones, and discover the ways in which they shape each other's lives. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Stan Duncan
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I enjoyed it. The characters needed just a couple more rehearsals. They were good, but nobody really OWNED their character. The humor was not quite delivered internally, and the walking around was just a slight bit clumsy. Having said that, I would still recommend over all.
Quotes & Highlights
- Read a New York Magazine <a target="_blank" href="http://nymag.com/arts/theater/features/42753/">Q&A </a>with playwright David Mamet.
- Read about the history of the <a target="_blank" href="http://www.act-sf.org/site/DocServer/nov_wop_22.pdf">National Turkey Pardoning Ceremony. </a>
This timely political comedy, finds an incumbent president facing an election year low on money, poor approval ratings and pardoning turkeys.