Marjorie and Daniel have serious marital problems. He's a wealthy art collector stubbornly besotted with her. She's a pill-popping eccentric who wants him dead. Their damaged lives revolve around her obsession with Edward Hopper and a brief encounter they had. The arrival of a young couple hoping to view Marjorie's Hopper painting forces her to choose between living in the past or dropping the fantasy in favor of something real. This alternatively savage and poignant drama recently was featured in the Huntington's Breaking Ground Festival of new plays. This production marks the new play's East Coast premiere. Daniel Aukin directs.
Exceptions to the schedule
Additional Sunday 7 p.m. performances 3/5 and 3/19 only
Additional Wednesday 2 p.m. performances 3/15 and 3/29
No Saturday & Sunday matinees on 3/4 and 3/5