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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From a talented cast of young actors (all under the age of 18) comes this timeless musical tale of star-crossed romance. A reimagining of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, this cherished production tells of the ill-fated love affair between Tony and Maria as it plays out amidst the gang rivalry between the Sharks and the Jets. With lively music by Leonard Bernstein and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim (Sweeney Todd), this favorite of the stage features such hit songs as "Something's Coming," "Maria," "America" and "I Feel Pretty." Also adapted into an Academy Award-winning feature film, West Side Story remains an unforgettable theatrical experience. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
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.
Quotes & Highlights
- Winner - Drama Critics Circle and Outer Critics Circle Awards for Best Play
- "Deeply moving…there is no richer play." <em>--NY Daily News</em>
<p>Written by Lynn Nottage
Directed by Delicia Turner Sonnenberg</p> <p>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.</p>