Poor Behavior

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Project  D.A.T.E.
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Oct 15, 2011

Performance Length

2 hours, 15 minutes
Including intermission

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Recommended for ages 16+ (Parental discretion advised)

Children 6 and under who may cry or fidget are never admitted.

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OVERVIEW

"SEDUCTION IS SO SKILLFUL… A cascade of comic business… A gem of elegant stagecraft…"

- Bob Verini, Variety

"DELICIOUS SURPRISES"

- Les Spindle, Back Stage

"Bracingly original… smart and subtly subversive script… Doug Hughes’ rock-solid direction and four finely calibrated performances capture the raucous hilarity and profoundly sad undercurrents of this incisive work."
- Les Spindle, Back Stage

"A starkly real, sometimes funny and thought-provoking play, Poor Behavior is tautly directed, consummately acted theatre not to be missed.  The ensemble is marvelous.
 Bound to create controversy…astute soul-searching play…"
- BroadwayWorld.com

"Frequently hilarious and occasionally insightful… Director Doug Hughes keeps the pace snappy…"
- TheaterMania.com

A weekend in the country turns into a high stakes game of marital mixed doubles in this biting adult comedy that asks “Is it adultery if they already think you’ve done it?”

It’s Poor Behavior.

Pulitzer Prize finalist Theresa Rebeck (Mauritus) reunites with Tony Award-winner Doug Hughes (Doubt) in a volley of mischief and malice, morality and manipulation.


Scenes from Poor Behavior

Poor Behavior

Scenes in from Poor Behavior.

   

Sharon Lawrence Talks Poor Behavior

Poor Behavior

Sharon Lawrence tells all about Poor Behavior on “Good Day L.A.”

CREDITS

  • A new play by
    Theresa Rebeck
  • Directed by
    Doug Hughes
  • Scenic Design by
    John Lee Beatty
  • Costume Design by
    Catherine Zuber
  • Lighting Design by
    Ben Stanton
  • Sound Design by
    David Van Tieghem
With
  • Johanna Day
  • Sharon Lawrence
  • Reg Rogers
  • Christopher Evan Welch

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