OR, by Liz Duffy Adams
DON'T MISS THIS CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED COMEDY
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"an energetic, full-blown farce that cheerfully skewers the theater and its denizens, running a brisk 80 minutes with no intermission. Its a fine, smart diversion for anyone with a taste for historical comedy."
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"A delightful daffy farce"
Gay or straight? Playwright or whore? So much hinges on the tiny conjunction that forms the intriguing title of Liz Duffy Adam's play...
OR, takes place (mostly) during one night in the life of Aphra Behn, poet, spy, and soon to be first professional female playwright. Sprung from debtors' prison after a disastrous overseas mission, Aphra is desperate to get out of the spy trade. She has a shot at a production at one of only two London companies, if she can only finish her play by morning despite interruptions from sudden new love, actress Nell Gwynne; complicated royal love, King Charles II; and very dodgy ex-love, double-agent William Scottwho may be in on a plot to murder the king in the morning. Can Aphra save Charles' life, win William a pardon, resist Nell's charms, and launch her career, all in one night? Against a background of a long drawn-out war and a counter-culture of free love, cross-dressing, and pastoral lyricism, the 1660s look a lot like the 1960s in this neo-Restoration comedy from the playwright the San Francisco Bay Guardian called "an artist of playful and highly literate imagination, radical instincts, and sardonic but generous humor."
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1501 S Andrews Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301