Edward Albee's The Play About the Baby from Exquisite Corps Theatre
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The last date listed for The Play About the Baby was Thursday March 29, 2012 / 7:30pm.
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Grab a seat on love's merry-go-round as Moliere's rarely performed gem Lovers' Quarrels makes its way to the Boston Center for the Arts. Translated into English verse by Pulitzer Prize-winner Richard Wilbur, this play tells of a young woman named Ascagne, who, for the sake of a family inheritance, has been forced to spend her life disguised as a man. But after she falls in love with the rejected suitor in pursuit of her sister, Ascagne will begin an adventurous masquerade filled with witty comic mix-ups and jealous rivalries. Learn More
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Once upon a time there was a Boy, a Girl, and their Baby who lived together in idyllic bliss, far away, so they thought, from anything that could harm them. One day, a strange Woman and an even stranger Man found them. Suddenly, there were only questions, memories, doubts, hopes, fears, truths, and lies. And then there was a Boy, a Girl, a Man, and a Woman. And a baby. Or was there a baby? Exquisite Corps Presents The Play About the Baby, the contemporary masterpiece by Pulitzer-Prize winning playwright Edward Albee (author of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Seascape, and others). In Baby’s world, nothing makes sense except everything, reality is only one side of illusion, and memory has a mind of its own.
About the Ticket Supplier: Exquisite Corps TheatreExquisite Corps is inspired by storytelling and sees live performance as a collaboration between artists and audience. We start with the story, discovering its human truths and emotional core. From there, we create compelling and honest productions that turn the heart of the story into the world of the play. Through our holistic approach to storytelling, we hope to draw you into the world of the play as fully as possible. We invite you to see, feel and question along with us as we explore the human experience, telling a new story with every show we do. While we know that your experience will be unique to you, we hope that it will always feel exciting, moving and true.
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