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A COMPLEX EVENING: ny premiere of WILLIAM inge one-acts
Known as one of america's top dramatists, william inge's final plays receive their NY debut. Accompanied by the previously published a social event, a cutting satire on the difficulty of celebrity life - the 4 premieres include The love death, in which a once successful writer decides there is no place for him in this world. instead of writing a suicide note, he makes heartbreaking and Hilarious final calls to his agent, his harshest critic and more. In Moved In, The sole black male tenant of the building is offered the job of superintendent and must confront the hatred he feels toward the members of the complex. Bad Breath is inge at his outright funniest. In a play that is a predecessor of Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman, the characters' lives revive around the products they use. And in the Power of SIlence, two school teachers are haunted by prank phone calls, midnight visitors and forbidden love.
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