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Or, add your own...Metropolis Café (and s everal other restaurants) are located w/in a short walk from the theatre.
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Sun-Thurs. from 5-7 p.m. there's $0.50 tapas at Masa two blocks down Tremont
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"The Play About the Baby"
18 ratings
3.7 average rating
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34 events
21 reviews
9 stars
attended Mar 17 2012

Acting was very good, but the story left a lot to be desired. Left thinking "huh?" Would not recommend.

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14 reviews
7 stars
attended Mar 22 2012

Edward Albee in my opinion is one of the greatest American palywrights and this play demonstrates it. The actors were superb and the drama was intense and soul-searching. Exciting as we learn the secrets behind the Boy and Girl's behavior and...continued

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13 reviews
7 stars
attended Mar 21 2012

The acting was generally good, but uneven in this pointless and depressing play.
All things being equal, I would suggest you avoid it like the plague.

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Once upon a time there was a Boy, a Girl, and their Baby who lived together in idyllic bliss, far away, so they thought, from anything that could harm them. One day, a strange Woman and an even stranger Man found them. Suddenly, there were only questions, memories, doubts, hopes, fears, truths, and lies. And then there was a Boy, a Girl, a Man, and a Woman. And a baby. Or was there a baby? Exquisite Corps Presents The Play About the Baby, the contemporary masterpiece by Pulitzer-Prize winning playwright Edward Albee (author of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Seascape, and others). In Baby’s world, nothing makes sense except everything, reality is only one side of illusion, and memory has a mind of its own.

About the Ticket Supplier: Exquisite Corps Theatre

Exquisite Corps is inspired by storytelling and sees live performance as a collaboration between artists and audience. We start with the story, discovering its human truths and emotional core. From there, we create compelling and honest productions that turn the heart of the story into the world of the play. Through our holistic approach to storytelling, we hope to draw you into the world of the play as fully as possible. We invite you to see, feel and question along with us as we explore the human experience, telling a new story with every show we do. While we know that your experience will be unique to you, we hope that it will always feel exciting, moving and true.

Exquisite Corps: We start with the story and end where you take us.