«Our reality is determined by our need.» — Edward Albee
The Play About The Baby is one of Albee's most daring black comedies. It's funny, mysterious, intimate, and disturbing. This play concerns a young couple who have just had a baby, and the truly strange turn of events that transpire when they are visited by an older man and woman.
«An invaluable self-portrait of sorts from one of the few genuinely great American dramatists. BABY rockets into that special corner of theater heaven where words shoot off like fireworks into dazzling patterns and hues.» — NY Times.
Join us at The Rhino (1249 Queen St W, 2nd Floor) on May 12-14 at 8pm, May 17-21 at 8pm, or May 20 at 2pm.
Tickets are now on sale at: babyplayto.bpt.me/
Having an issue? Call: 1-800-838-3006
Tickets at the door are cash only.
Boy: Will King
Girl: Nora Smith
Man: Scott McCulloch*
Woman: Judith Cockman*
Director: Erika Downie
Stage Manager: Emma Miziolek
Producer: Madryn McCabe
Associate Producer: Will King
Earlybird tickets are available until April 28th!
>> Save 10% using the code: NEWBABY <<
*This production is engaged under a CAEA Artist Collective Policy.