International Women’s Day – “My Name, Mary Page Marlowe” – Play @ Budapest

My Name, Mary Page Marlowe

Centrál Theater @ 7 p.m.

District, VI., 18. Révay Street – Budapest

In the coming week-end on Sunday, March 8,  will be celebrated around the world the International Women’s Day and on this occasion will feature the Pulitzer Prize-winning play by Tracy Letts  American playwright, screenwriter (also author of August Oklahoma and actor an ensemble member of the Steppenwolf Theater Company).

My Name, Mary Page Marlowe, directed by Tamás Puskás will be on stage at the Central Theater. The American Contemporary Drama depicts the life of a woman in eleven images. The play opens with Mary, aged 40, telling her children that she is divorcing their father and moving from Dayton, Ohio, to Kentucky. Her past is subsequently shown with Mary in conflict with her own mother. Later in life she deals with the fallout from three DUI convictions.

The audience are following a secret. Will team up with the image, can be understood what, why happened?
Alexandra Borbély plays the young scenes, and Juli Básti plays the elder scenes. Other members of the cast including Dóra Sztarenki, András Stohl and Péter Scherer.

The play premiered was in April, 2016 at Chicago’s Steppenwolf Theater – USA. Mary Page Marlowe opened Off-Broadway in New York City at the Tony Kiser Theater on July, 12. 2018.
Some tickets are already sold out, but see which date the play is on: online: https://centralszinhaz.jegy.hu/

Update Aggie Reiter

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