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The Black Glove

  • Theater, Drama
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Time Out says

Most of August Strindberg’s plays are hardly what people would call kid-friendly, but the 19th-century Swede did write a handful of works for children, including this Christmas parable about a cruel mistress who falsely accuses her maid of stealing a ring. (An elf and an angel help save the day.) Women play all the roles, including the male ones—in the tradition of Victorian English breeches roles—in Robert Greer's staging for August Strindberg Rep.

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Event website:
www.strindbergrep.com
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Contact:
212-868-4444
Price:
$29, packages for parents with children
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