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Arsenal Center for the Arts
321 Arsenal Street Watertown, MA 02472
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4.7 / 5 Rated by 6 members
Review from BRMintz

Superbly acted! The three actors must be among the most accomplished in the Boston area. As performed, the play turned out, surprisingly, to have a great many funny moments, though the director himself described it (during the talk back after the...continued

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Review from tim jackson

Art becomes a mirror, not just for taste or to declare whether one “likes” something or not but for comparing and contrasting attitudes about everything from personal relationships and cultural attitudes to politics. The painting is a virtual...continued

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“It’s an actor’s dream, a nonstop cross-fire of crackling language.” —Newsweek
“‘ART’ belongs to a tradition that once flourished on Broadway but is seldom represented there these days: the sleek, pleasant comedy of manners with an intellectual veneer that allows audiences to relax at the theater." —The New York Times


From the playwright of God of Carnage

This intelligent and witty Tony Award-winning play by Yasmina Reza asks the question, “What does our taste in art say about who we are as individuals?” When Serge, a novice art collector, asks his two friends to view his newly acquired work of art, this “priceless” piece tests their fifteen-year friendship and causes them to validate their self-worth.

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