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Barefoot in the Park
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6 stars
The weather was Warm. I wore schlubwear. It's Boston! Anything which doesn't come branded with a B and have some sport dimwit's name on it is upscale. .
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"The Pain and the Itch"
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4.8 average rating
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57 events
45 reviews
1 stars
attended Mar 27 2009

Intriguing play, love the twist towards the end.

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14 events
9 reviews
3 stars
attended Mar 26 2009

loved the content-the actors were terrific-serious and funny all throughout the play-would definitely recommend it.

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14 events
2 reviews
1 stars
attended Mar 21 2009

Excellent acting and provocative subject matter. We really enjoyed the experience and would heartily recommend it to others.

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Quotes & Highlights

“The best new play in many a season.” —The New York Observer
“Captivates an audience from start to finish.” —Chicago Free Press


Company One is proud to present the Boston premiere of Bruce Norris’s controversial play The Pain and the Itch, featuring Nancy E. Carroll. With a young daughter in serious need of attention and a ravenous creature possibly prowling the upstairs bedrooms, what begins as an average Thanksgiving for one privileged family unravels into an exposé of disastrous choices and less-than-altruistic motives. The Pain and the Itch is a scathing satire of the politics of class and race, a compelling, painfully human examination of denial and its consequences. Following sold out runs at Chicago’s Steppenwolf Theatre and New York’s Playwright’s Horizons, Company One is proud to stage this highly anticipated Boston premiere.