The Shape of Things: Neil LaBute's Incisive Play at The Factory Theatre
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The last date listed for The Shape of Things was Saturday September 5, 2009 / 2:00pm.
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Curt is a young, jaded acting teacher. Anna's a pushy freshman preparing for an audition in a Shakespeare play. When she requests Curt's help and ends up getting a harsh critique, the encounter forms a powerful bond between the two in the psychological drama Breaking the Shakespeare Code. The pair's 16-year relationship plays out over three scenes as they deceive and manipulate one another while exploring the human nature in some of Shakespeare's most intricate works. Learn More
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Adam is nothing special, simply drifting through life--until he meets Evelyn, a charismatic student of art who knows exactly who she is, and what she wants. Through Adam and Evelyn's relationship, Tony-nominated playwright Neil LaBute examines issues of identity, romance, and art, posing the question: How far would you go for the one you love?