Neil LaBute's Brainy and Blistering New Thriller: In a Forest, Dark and Deep
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The last date listed for In a Forest, Dark and Deep was Saturday August 31, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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What do you do if your wife catches you kissing another woman? You tell your her that you're an FBI agent -- and that it was all in the line of duty! (Of course, you may end up with actual spies and FBI agents chasing you in the process...) Originally presented at The Martin Beck Theatre in New York City in 1958, Who Was That Lady I Saw You With? is a classic farce full of mistaken identities and outrageous plot twists, ratcheting up the laughs and complications until all's straightened out in the play's hilarious finish. A hit on Broadway over half a century ago, Norman Krasna's fast-paced comedy of errors was adapted into a popular 1960 movie starring Tony Curtis, Dean Martin and Janet Leigh. Learn More
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Great show! The acting was stellar and the script was LaBute so of course, it was exceptional. The cast allowed the play to unfold the way that it naturally should, rising and falling with conflict beautifully. The set and use of the space was divine. I would definitely catch this show while you can.
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Would never go again to this venue. Horible experience. It is at least inhumane. They offer drinks before the show, and if you need to use a restroom, you are kicked out to the streets. You end up yelled at, hissed at, mistreated and disrespected...continued
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