Boston Premiere of Be a Good Little Widow, a Sad Comedy About Loss
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All offers for Be A Good Little Widow have expired.
The last date listed for Be A Good Little Widow was Sunday August 12, 2012 / 2:00pm.
Currently at Davis Square Theatre:
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In a city by the river, society divides along the lines of imperfect DNA, trashy bestsellers and downloadable babies. Macy O. Blonsky, author of "the last print published novel ever," must decide how far she will go to bring her creation to the world. Playwright Ann Marie Healy's What Once We Felt is a science-fiction exploration of the schisms in society and technology. It's a story where eugenics, futuristic technology and the hunger to create art collide -- with an explosion surely not far behind. This New England premiere -- after productions in New York and Chicago -- features a talented, all-female cast. Learn More
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Quotes & Highlights
- “Delicately satisfying…[Ms. Brunstetter] writes fresh, unfussy dialogue and characters who earn their laughs and emotional moments by honest means.” --<em>The New York Times </em>
- "Bekah Brunstetter's powerful new play marries the humor and sadness of grief. Her multidimensional characters' pain radiated through my veins, and at the end, I just wanted to feel it all over again. Critic's Pick." --<em>Backstage </em>
Tickets to the August 5th show include a post-performance talk-back with playwright Bekah Brunstetter.
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