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The medieval Mysteries are, above all, wonderful stories involving families at work and play, all in relationship to an idea of a God who was not walled up in church to be visited only on Sunday but who was ever-present. Mr. Sahlins has adapted these stories to…

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On December 1, 1959, in Chicago, a small band of classically trained actors, directors, and musicians came together to create what became-and remains-a legendary home of comedy: The Second City. Very quickly it achieved a national and international reputation as…

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Fast-moving and brisk, and filled with wit, humor, and gaiety, the Barber is assured of immortality because of its sheer fun. Mr. Sahlins's deft adaptation of a superbly constructed plot, and his attention to language for present-day audiences, make this a…

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Written and first performed in 1599, The Shoemaker's Holiday was the most popular non-Shakespearean comedy of its day-a hearty brew of character and overflowing good humor, occasionally ribald, about the gentle craft of shoemaking. Bernard Sahlins's new…

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A consummate farce in which a middle-aged man arranges a rendezvous in a seedy little hotel with the beautiful young wife of his best friend.

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Following on his enormously successful The Mysteries: Creation, Bernard Sahlins has adapted the stories of The Passion to make an engaging drama for modern audiences. Plays for Performance Series.

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Sensual gaiety is at the heart of this comic masterpiece which continues the merry tale of the little barber of Seville, a clever common man whose wits overcome his superiors who would suppress him. In paring down the number of players, presenting the scenes more…