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The Old Boy

Closed March 24, 2013

A powerful and moving story about a man facing his past while attempting to change his future.

Why See The Old Boy?

The Old Boy is a powerful and moving story about a man who must face his past while attempting to change his future. A distinguished alumnus returns to his elite Prep School to dedicate a building to his best friend, now dead.

As he flashes back on his past relationships, homophobia and its consequences force him to confront the repressed, WASPy ruling class that has rewarded him, but also required him to remain an old boy well into middle age.

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Dates

Previews from: 12 February 2013

Opening night: 5 March 2013

Audience

May be inappropriate for 18 and under

Run time

90 minutes with no intermission

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Creative

Author: A.R. Gurney
Director: Jonathan Silverstein
Producer: Keen Company

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