Boston Marriage

Opened Oct 28, 2004
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Director David McClendon refers to Boston Marriage as "David Mamet visits Oscar Wilde." The play was a huge departure from the stronger more masculine themes of previous Mamet works to a feminine drawing room comedy about a "Boston marriage" -- coined by Henry James in his book The Bostonians, referring to lesbian relationships. Combine two Victorian ladies of fashion, a young paramour and an emerald necklace and you have one of the funniest American comedies in years.

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