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Erotic Play Smoke Extends Again at The Flea

Kim Davies’ riff on August Strindberg’s ”Miss Julie” is directed by Tom Costello.

Madeleine Bundy as Julie and Stephen Stout  as John in Kim Davies' Smoke, directed by Tom Costello, at the Flea Theater.
Madeleine Bundy and Stephen Stout in Smoke at The Flea.
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The Flea Theater has announced another extension of of Kim Davies’ acclaimed drama Smoke, directed by Flea resident director Tom Costello. Performances, which began in August, will now run through February 1.

In this erotic play, Smoke, a contemporary riff on August Strindberg's Miss Julie, brings an entitled college student and a jaded wannabe artist, who have more in common than they thought, past their breaking points. The production features Stephen Stout, Madeleine Bundy, Ivan Dolido, and Adelind Horan.

The creative team includes Andrew Diaz (set design), Beth Goldenberg (costume design), Daisy Long (lighting design), Lee Kinney (sound design), and Jesse Geguzis (fight choregraphy).

For tickets to Smoke, click here.

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Closed: February 1, 2015