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Géza-boy by János Háy - Saturday, June 21, 2008


2008-06-21
The Long Wharf Theatre & the International Festival of Arts & Ideas
present
The Threshold Theater Company\'s staged reading of

Géza-boy
by
János Háy
Translated from the Hungarian by Eugene Brogyányi
Directed by Pamela Billig
Special appearance by the playwright, who is flying in from Budapest


A sensation in Hungary in 2001, the premiere of János Háy\'s first play, Géza-boy,
startled audiences with its heartbreakingly comic story of an autistic young man who, unlike the \"normal\" people around him, sees reality for what it is.
Géza-boy was named the Best Hungarian Drama of 2002.


Saturday, June 21, 2008 at 4pm
Location: Long Wharf Theatre – Stage II
222 Sargent Drive, New Haven, CT 06511 (Exit 46, off I-95)
Admission: $15
Not recommended for children due to content and language.

CAST:
Michael Etheridge, Benjamin Folkman, David Frutkoff,
Gerry Goodstein, Nancy Nichols, Raven Pease,
Eleanor Ruth, Russell Stevens, Brian Voelcker, Shân Willis

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DIRECTIONS:
Directions to the Long Wharf Theatre http://www.longwharf.org/about_directions1.html

TICKET INFO:
Box Office International Festival of Arts and Ideas: 203.562.5666 or 888.736.2663



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