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Zoo/Baby: An Evening with Albee and Durang

This Thursday and Friday
It’s EASY!  It’s FUN!
No prep required, but be prepared to SCREAM!!!!!!

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William H. Macy and Dana Ivey in the original Playwrights Horizons production


Baby with the Bathwater
(By Christopher Durang)

John and Helen have just had a baby, but they’re not sure what to name it. While John thinks the baby is a boy, Helen reminds him the doctor said they could decide on the sex later. Follow the life of Daisy, a boy raised by parents completely unprepared for parenthood. An absurd, dark comedy about how difficult it is to be a parent, and how scary it is to have them.






The Zoo Story
(By Edward Albee)

To escape from his family (One wife, two daughters, two cats, and two parakeets), Peter sits on a bench in Central Park to think for a bit. His day takes a turn for the bizarre when Jerry, who has just been to the zoo, intrudes upon Peter’s peace in a desperate attempt to connect through meaningful conversation. Before Peter knows what hit him, Jerry has pulled him in with his tales of “The Story of Jerry and the Dog” and his “Zoo Story”, ultimately finding connection on a savage, visceral level.

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