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THE BROTHER/SISTER PLAYS

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Contact: Mason Sand —617.230.6753 — msand@CompanyOne.org

Company One presents…
THE BROTHER/SISTER PLAYS

In the Red and Brown Water
Directed by Megan Sandberg-Zakian

The Brothers Size
Directed by Summer L. Williams

Marcus; Or the Secret of Sweet
Directed by Summer L. Williams


“Experience the excited wonder that comes from witnessing something rare in theatre: a new, authentically original vision.”
-New York Times

“EXPLOSIVE, often BRILLIANT work about America, narrative, the Middle East and identity.”
–Time Out NY




Tarell Alvin McCraney’s The Brother/Sister Plays are dangerous, modern-day stories of kinship, love, heartache and coming-of-age. McCraney speaks authentically about a world that is gritty and lyrical, urban and mythic. One of the most startling new American theatrical voices of the 21st century, McCraney is thrilling audiences internationally by pushing the boundaries of language, form, and sexuality in provocative and poetic ways.

What:
THE BROTHER/SISTER PLAYS by Tarell Alvin McCraney
- IN THE RED AND BROWN WATER directed by Megan Sandberg-Zakian
- THE BROTHERS SIZE and MARCUS; OR THE SECRET OF SWEET directed by Summer L. Williams

When:
October 28 – December 3, 2011

- IN THE RED AND BROWN WATER
- Oct. 28 – Dec. 3

- THE BROTHERS SIZE; and MARCUS; OR THE SECRET OF SWEET
- Nov. 10 – Dec. 3



Where:
Boston Center for the Arts, Plaza Theatre, 539 Tremont St., South End

Tickets:
Single Performance -- $38 center / $33 side; Students $15/Seniors $30
Both Performances -- $69 center / $59 side; Students $30/Seniors $55


Box Office:

Phone: 617.933.8600
Web: www.BostonTheatreScene.com
Walk-up: Calderwood Pavilion at the Boston Center for the Arts, 527
Tremont St. OR Boston University Theatre Box Office, 264 Huntington Ave.

The Boston Center for the Arts (BCA) is a nonprofit performing and visual arts complex located in Boston’s South End, the largest historic district in the United States.
As a creative home for artists and an arts destination for audiences, the BCA builds a connection between the arts and the city’s diverse community. For more
information, visit www.bcaonline.org.

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