Neil LaBute's reasons to be pretty Looks at Our Notions of Beauty
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The last date listed for reasons to be pretty was Tuesday May 29, 2012 / 6:30pm (Preview).
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Neal LaBute (Playwright) is the author of The Shape of Things and Fat Pig, which, with reasons to be pretty, form a trilogy focusing on our modern-day obsession with physical appearance. Fat Pig won the Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Off-Broadway Play and was nominated for an Olivier Award for Best New Comedy. LaBute is also the author of The Mercy Seat, one of the first major theatrical responses to the 9/11 attacks, and Bash: Latterday Plays. His film career was launched with In the Company of Men, which won the Filmmaker’s Trophy at the Sundance Film Festival, and major awards at the Deauville Film Festival, the Independent Spirit Awards, the Society of Texas Film Critics Awards, and the New York Film Critics Circle Awards.
This show is best enjoyed by those ages 17 and up.
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