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    Green Eyes

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    January 18 - February 12, 2012


    Green Eyes

    A Boston premiere at Boston’s premiere boutique hotel! Straight from its sold-out run in New York City, Company One is proud to present Travis Chamberlain’s highly acclaimed site-specific production of Tennessee Williams’ GREEN EYES at The Ames Hotel. Written in 1970 but unpublished for almost 40 years, this “lost” erotic thriller graphically reveals the impact of war through the sexual fantasies of a newlywed couple honeymooning in New Orleans. He’s a soldier, traumatized by his participation in the war; she's a ravenous woman determined to satisfy the darkest recesses of her most deviant desires. Starring the acclaimed NYC actress Erin Markey—“a kittenish vixen whose sexual pliancy hides an iron will” (The New York Times)--GREEN EYES transforms a honeymoon suite into a psychosexual battleground where desire and violence blur and become indistinguishable. With only 25 seats available per show, this is an exclusive theatrical event you do not want to miss!

    “Tautly strung and teasingly ambiguous!”
    -Theatre Mania

    “Gorgeous: a short, eloquent evening that feels complete, complex, and entirely satisfying!”
    – The New Yorker

    “A pitch-perfect triumph! Leaves you pondering long after the curtain”
    – Backstage

    Ames Hotel

    1 Court Street
    Boston, MA 02108

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    Wednesdays, Thursdays + Sundays @ 7pm & 9pm Fridays + Saturdays @ 8pm & 10pm

    Phone: 1-800-838-3006

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    • Event Name: Green Eyes
      4.5 out of 5 stars rating "scorching hot"
      Review posted by: d_papademetriou@hotmail.com from 1, Jan 24, 2012

      Serious play dealing with inter-personal relationships, sexuality, and post-traumatic stress disorder. However, it is very visceral, and the actors are right in your face. (But the audience does not... Expand

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