David Mamet's Victorian Comedy Boston Marriage
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The last date listed for Boston Marriage was Sunday May 20, 2012 / 2:00pm.
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He was an NFL starting quarterback, a Pro Bowl hero, a man living the American Dream ... and then he disappeared. Now, nearly 40 years later, Mike Boryla (Philadelphia Eagles, Tampa Bay Buccaneers) returns to tell his astounding story in the riveting one-man play Disappearing Quarterback. For this world premiere, Boryla journeys back to the city that made him famous to explain why he walked away from the sport and teammates he loved. Telling his story with the grace and finesse he showed on the field of Veterans Stadium, this Stanford-educated standout also discusses the dark side of "America's Game," including the lingering effects of concussions. Performed at the intimate third-floor Skinner Studio, Disappearing Quarterback puts you inside the helmet of this remarkable athlete, playwright, lawyer and original thinker. Learn More
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“One of Mamet’s most satisfying and accomplished plays.” —New York Post
“Devastatingly funny … exceptionally clever.” —New York Times
A comedy by David Mamet
Directed byJennifer Childs
Celebrated American playwright, David Mamet (American Buffalo, Glengarry Glen Ross), delivers this wildly funny story of two women thrust into a crisis of love, truth and expensive jewelry. Anna and Claire share a life, a parlor, and a Scottish maid. But when Anna becomes the mistress of a wealthy older man, and Claire develops a crush of her own, worlds unexpectedly collide and this sharp-tongued pair and their trusty housekeeper are forced to sneak and scheme to keep from finding themselves behind bars!
About the Ticket Supplier: 1812 Productions, Philadelphia's All Comedy Theatre Company
Founded in 1997, 1812 Productions is the only theatre company in the country dedicated to comedy. Named Best Theatre Company by Philadelphia Magazine twice, 1812 Productions has solidified a reputation as the place to be for premiere, original, and one of a kind comedy theatre.