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The Shape of Things

Neil LaBute’s The Shape of Things is a gender-reversed Pygmalion with a nasty sting in its tail.

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The Shape of Things

Date: 24 Nov 2020

Adam is a kind, likeable, but shy and awkward young man.

But his life is changed almost overnight when he meets Evelyn, who takes charge of his life, his body and just about every part of him as she re-shapes him in a new image.

This production of Neil LaBute’s play features Samson Alston, Georgia Brindley, Tayman Jamae and Olivia Hall Smith.

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