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“I want it confined to one room the vastness of all the world.”

Directed by Artistic Director Sarah Benson and written by David Adjmi, this play is a unique site-specific event inviting audiences into the apartment of a witty octogenarian offering a funny and savage portrait of cultured life. Originally commissioned by The Royal Court and produced by The Royal Shakespeare Company in 2005, ELECTIVE AFFINITIES promises to initiate a vital discourse about what it means to be civilized. Featuring four-time Tony Award-winner Zoe Caldwell.

Set Design by Louisa Thompson, Lighting Design by Mark Barton, Costume Design by Susan Hilferty, Sound Design by Matt Tierney, Production Stage Manager: Tom Taylor, General Management: Snug Harbor Productions / Steven Chaikelson & Kendra Bator, Casting by Jack Doulin, C.S.A., Press Relations: Blake Zidell & Associates, Graphic Design by Omnivore.

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