The Pretense of Morality Around the World: Three One Act Plays
A.R.T. Institute Season
Special events
January 18, 2013 to January 26, 2013

George Bernard Shaw's examination of human hypocrisy canvasses an impressive array of world cultures, taking us to the American Wild West with "religious tract in dramatic form" The Shewing-Up of Blanco Posnet, to the court of imperial Russia's most famous Tsarina with Great Catherine, and back home to Victorian Britain with the sexual farce Overruled. Under the direction of Scott Zigler, the A.R.T Institute class of 2013 brings life to Shaw's captivating characters, men and women united across great space by a desperation to believe they are doing the right thing.

by  George Bernard Shaw
Directed  Scott Zigler
Set Design  Matt Whiton
Costume Design  Mallory Frers
Lighting Design  Porsche McGovern
Dramaturgy  Kenneth Molloy, Fiona Kyle
Vocal Coach  Ashleigh Reade

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  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 9, 2012 CONTACT: Kati Mitchell 617-495-2668  kati_mitchell@harvard.edu     A.R.T./MXAT Institute for Advanced Theater Training presents The Pretense of Morality Around...

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Venue

64 Brattle St.
Cambridge, MA 02138

Access

 

Stairs: The theater is fully wheelchair accessible with an automatic door from the sidewalk located near the corner of Brattle and Hilliard Streets. The lobby and entrance to the theater are all at sidewalk level.

Handrails: n/a

Restrooms: A wheelchair-accessible bathroom is located to the left as you face the box office in the front lobby (ushers or reception desk personnel will direct you).

Hearing: The theater is equipped with an infrared amplification system for the hard of hearing; headsets must be reserved in advance from the box office.

Vision: There is no obstructed view in the EX.