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    after the quake

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    July 17 - August 15, 2009


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    after the quake

    Writer Haruki Murakami, author of The Wind-Up Bird, Chronicle, and Kafka on the Shore, is one of the most acclaimed writers of our time, winning a Yomiuri Award, Japan’s equivalent of the Pulitzer. Frank Galati, Tony Award–winning director and adaptor has fashioned an enchanting and deeply moving play out of two of Murakami’s short stories. AFTER THE QUAKE is a gentle tale of life in the wake of earth-shaking disaster. A timid man woos an old flame, enchanting her anxious daughter with whimsical bedtime stories of a six foot frog’s fight to save Tokyo. Company One invites you to experience a testament to healing and hope in an increasingly vulnerable world with what promises to be a beautiful and mesmerizing evening of theatre.


    Admission Info:
    Wild Wednesdays All tickets $18 Thursday and Sunday Full — $30 (side); $35 (center) Students (w/ ID) —$15 (all tickets) Seniors — $30 (all tickets) Friday & Saturday Full — $33 (side); $38 (center) Students (w/ ID) — $15 (all tickets) Seniors — $30 (all tickets)


    General Day and Time Info:
    Wednesdays + Thursdays @ 7:30 pm
    Fridays + Saturdays @ 8:00 pm
    Sundays @ 2:00 pm

    Phone: 617 933 8600


    Accessibility Information: Currently, no accessibility information is available for this event.

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    • Event Name: after the quake
      Article: Company One, SpeakEasy and Huntington Make us LoVermont
      Boston Metro - Oct 29, 2010
      By Nick Dussault

      “The Aliens” is Company One’s finest work to date. It’s a beautifully written piece that slowly draws you into a world of chaos, heartache...
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      “The Aliens” is Company One’s finest work to date. It’s a beautifully written piece that slowly draws you into a world of chaos, heartache and, ironically, hope. It does so with great levity and crisp, intelligent wit.
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    • Event Name: after the quake
      Article: Challenging play spares words but not emotions
      The Boston Globe - Oct 29, 2010
      By Don Aucoin

      At Annie Baker’s compassionate and insightful best, she can endow a few stammered words with the illuminating force of a soliloquy.

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