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Gloucester Stage
a.k.a. Gorton Theatre 267 East Main Street Gloucester, MA 01930
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"Going To St. Ives"
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4.8 average rating
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5 stars
attended Aug 01 2008

This drama was too dependent on dialogue for my taste-- but it is very well written with good acting.

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1 stars
attended Jul 26 2008

Extremely well written play, two great roles, two excellent actresses

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Quotes & Highlights

“Spectacular… emotionally and intellectually engrossing… dazzling.” —Philadelphia City Paper


Going to St. Ives

By Lee Blessing

Directed by Eric Engel


Academy Award nominee Lindsay Crouse


Elliot Norton Award winner Jacqui Parker

The lives of two powerful women, an affluent English doctor and the mother of an African dictator, become irrevocably intertwined in this captivating juxtaposition of black and white, order and chaos, heroism and hell.

About the Ticket Supplier: Gloucester Stage Company

The Gloucester Stage Company was co-founded in 1979 by Geoff Richon, Denny Blodgett, and award-winning playwright Israel Horovitz as a “safe harbor for playwrights and new plays”. During its first twenty seasons, under Horovitz’s artistic direction, the GSC successfully realized its mission with production of more than 35 world premieres, 15 American premieres, and 25 New England premieres. Plays developed at the GSC have gone on to critical and popular acclaim on Broadway, off-Broadway, across the United States, and around the world. The GSC has received many honors, including numerous Best of Boston awards by Boston drama critics for outstanding and popular work, and, most notably, a New England Theatre Conference Award. Mr Horovitz was honored with Boston’s prestigious Elliot Norton Prize for his work with the GSC.