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    "The Postman Always Rings Twice"

    Presented by at Boston University Theatre, Mainstage

    February 24 - February 27, 2011


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    Music by Stephen Paulus; Libretto by Colin Graham; William Lumpkin, conductor; Jim Petosa, stage director. An illicit affair between a drifter and a sultry waitress begins at a lonely roadside diner outside Los Angeles. The unsuspecting husband becomes the target of the perfect crime of passion, until betrayal and then fate intervene. Adapted from James Cain’s controversial 1934 novel, once banned in Boston. Tickets: $20 general public,...

    Music by Stephen Paulus; Libretto by Colin Graham; William Lumpkin, conductor; Jim Petosa, stage director. An illicit affair between a drifter and a sultry waitress begins at a lonely roadside diner outside Los Angeles. The unsuspecting husband becomes the target of the perfect crime of passion, until betrayal and then fate intervene. Adapted from James Cain’s controversial 1934 novel, once banned in Boston. Tickets: $20 general public, $15 BU alumni, WGBH members, Huntington subscribers, students, and senior citizens; BU community: one free ticket with BU ID at the door, day of performance, subject to availability. Box Office: 617.933.8600. The Postman Always Rings Twice runs February 24-27. Presented by the BU College of Fine Arts.


    Boston University Theatre, Mainstage

    264 Huntington Avenue
    Boston, MA 02115

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    Admission Info:

    Tickets: $20 general public, $15 BU alumni, WGBH members, Huntington subscribers, students, and senior citizens; BU community: one free ticket with BU ID at the door, day of performance, subject to availability.


    General Day and Time Info:

    Feb 24, 7:30pm
    Feb 25, 7:30pm
    Feb 26, 7:30pm
    Feb 27, 2:00pm


    phone: 617.933.8600


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