Company One

April 15 - May 7, 2011

 

THE BOOK OF GRACE


by Suzan-Lori Parks

Directed by David Wheeler



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BOSTON CENTER FOR THE ARTS
Plaza Theatre
539 Tremont Street
South End, Boston, MA

 

 

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April 15 - May 7, 2011
orange bullet Wed. and Thurs. @ 7:30 pm
orange bullet Friday and Saturday @ 8:00 pm
orange bullet Sunday @ 2:00 pm
orange bullet Sat. Matinee April 30 & May 7 @ 4:00

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Synopsis

Fiercely intimate and explosive, THE BOOK OF GRACE weaves together the lives of three people bound by love and longing, passion and ambition. Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Suzan-Lori Parks (TOPDOG/UNDERDOG) draws a portrait of a family shattered by betrayal when a young man returns home to South Texas to confront his estranged father and his new young wife. Company One is proud to collaborate with legendary Boston director David Wheeler on this dynamic New England premiere by one of America’s most celebrated playwrights.

 

The Book of Grace runs approximately 2 hrs and 15 minutes with a 10 minute intermission.

April 15 - May 7, 2011
Wednesdays and Thursdays @ 7:30 pm
Fridays and Saturdays @ 8:00 pm
Sundays @ 2:00 pm
Saturday Matinee Shows April 30 & May 7 @ 4:00

Please note, parking near the Boston Center for the Arts is limited. Please arrive early, as performances will be starting promptly at curtain time. BCA Valet Parking is available directly in front of the theatre, and you can purchase in advance here. You will drop off your car first, and pick up your valet stub when you pick up your tickets from the box office and supply it to the parking attendants after the performance.


QuoteSuzan-Lori Parks continues to take on weighty, thorny topics too seldom addressed in the theater these days..."
- Ben Brantley, The New York Times

QuoteIt's good, visceral theater, with Parks' intensity and edgy dialogue..."
-The Bergen Record

QuoteFresh insights, startling images, fiery speeches, and moments of genuine passion. remind you that Parks is the real deal."
-Adam Green, VOGUE