The Deeply Moving Intimate Apparel at San Diego Rep
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The last date listed for Intimate Apparel was Friday March 31, 2006 / 8:00pm.
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A wedding toast turns into a one-man virtuoso performance of the greatest Jewish play of all time in The Dybbuk (for Hannah and Sam's Wedding). Multiple Drama Critics Circle Award-winner (and acclaimed multi-character actor) Ron Campbell makes his highly anticipated return to San Diego in this staged reading of the timeless, chilling story of love and exorcism about a young Jewish woman possessed by the wandering spirit of her predestined -- and deceased -- husband. Adapted from Jewish playwright S. Ansky's seminal work and directed by Todd Salovey, the performance features haunting music composed and performed by Yale Strom and members of Hot Pstromi. Learn More
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Featured review from KATHARINE MILLOYRed Velvet
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This is a well-written story of relationships between men and women and women and women, being friends, lovers, and victims, about racism, about the nonpossibilities of religion. Each in our own little cube of life. Extraordinary actors, sets, and stories. So real, even in this day, 100 years later. Thought provoking, and thankful we are who we are at this time in history. Thank you!
Two women - who've been there, survived, surpassed, risen above, and can now match stories of better lives - enjoyed this play immensely. I'm only soirry I did not bring my (current) husband; he would have enjoyed as well.
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Winner – Drama Critics Circle and Outer Critics Circle Awards for Best Play
“Deeply moving…there is no richer play.” —NY Daily News
Written by Lynn Nottage
Directed by Delicia Turner Sonnenberg
Intimate Apparel is a deceptively simple play about a seamstress at the turn of the century who sews intimate apparel for prostitutes and ladies on Fifth Avenue. It’s an exploration of race and class in America, and desire and hope.