Orphans: Dark Comedy Packs a Powerful Emotional Punch
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Often funny and sometimes heartbreaking, A Round-Heeled Woman follows Jane Juska's journey through the encounters that result when she places an ad in the personals section of The New York Review of Books. Inspired by Eric Rohmer's film Autumn Tale, she writes an ad that begins, "Before I turn 67, next March, I would like to have a lot of sex with a man I like." From there, the smart, energetic divorcee's story -- based on Juska's best-selling book and adapted for the stage by Jane Prowse -- begins. Learn More
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Truly 'edgy' play! I'm not sure I 'enjoyed' it, but was mesmerized from before the beginning, w/Phillip playing on the floor in front of the television, to the foreshadowed but still surprising ending. Thank you all for a moving evening.
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Christian Mast and Jack Wefso put on very strong performances in this excellent show. Excellent set and sound design. This was my first time at the Edge Theatre - I'll definitely be back if all of their performances are of this caliber.
Recommended for ages 16 and older, due to some language.
Written by Lyle Kessler, Directed by Robert Kramer, Featuring Christian Mast, Jack Wefso, and Rick Yaconis.