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by Doug Wright, Scott Frankel and Michael Korie (Acting Up Stage Company). Two female relatives of Jacqueline Kennedy go from.
by Doug Wright, Scott Frankel and Michael Korie (Acting Up Stage Company). Two female relatives of Jacqueline Kennedy go from wealth and status to an isolated existence in a home overrun by cats in this play based on a 1976 documentary. Previews from Feb 19, opens Feb 22 and runs to Mar 6, see website for times. $35-$55, stu $30.
Inspired by Albert and David Maysless doc about two relatives of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis living in poverty in a decrepit East Hampton mansion, this musical takes a look at the womens glory days and then shows how the past lingers in their disturbing, dysfunctional present. Working with Camellia Koos suggestive set, director Ann Hodges brings out all the pathos in this piece, getting first-rate work by the large cast and an astonishing performance by Lisa Horner, who brings bravado and heart-breaking subtlety to two roles.
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Location - Berkeley Street Theatre