This Fall will bring with it ten new Broadway plays and five new Broadway musicals, and yet there is even more on the way for Off-Broadway, including: ALL THE FACES OF THE MOON, ARGUENDO, THE OLD FRIENDS, FETCH CLAY MAKE MAN, BIKE AMERICA, NATURAL AFFECTION, FUN HOME, BAD JEWS, LADY DAY, ANTHEM, GRASSES OF A THOUSAND COLORS, THE PATRON SAINT OF SEA MONSTERS, THE JACKSONIAN, HOW I LEARNED WHAT I LEARNED, CHERI, DOMESTICATED, LIES MY FATHER TOLD ME, THE (CURIOUS CASE OF THE) WATSON INTELLIGENCE, and THE COMMONS OF PENSACOLA.
Starring: Alec Beard, Eve Bianco, Victoria Mack, Tobi Aremu, Chris Bert, Kathryn Erbe, and John Pankow
Where: Beckett Theatre
Beginning Previews: 9/17
Opening Night: 9/26
A lost treasure from an American icon, in celebration of his centennial. A violent love triangle that tests the ties that bind. William Inge's dark domestic drama caused a controversy with its incestuous overtones, latent homosexuality, and brutal machismo backlash against feminism. Not seen in New York since its 1963 Broadway debut.
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