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Buffalo Bill or How To Be A Good Man

7/23/2019 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM ET

The Play:
This provocative coming of age story takes a fresh look at boundaries and culpability when an unorthodox love triangle goes beyond abuse of power and into something entirely in its own category.

When: July 23, 2019 at 7:00PM
             Please note there will be no late seating at this performance.

Where: The Proscenium Theatre at The Drake located at 302 S. Hicks Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102.


The Playwright: Meghan Kennedy's plays include Napoli, Brooklyn (Outer Critics Circle Award nomination, Roundabout Theatre, Long Wharf Theater, upcoming London production) Too Much, Too Much, Too Many (Roundabout Theatre) Light (winner of David Calicchio Emerging American Playwright Prize). Meghan is currently under commission from the Roundabout Theatre Company, and The Geffen Playhouse. Her plays are published by Dramatists Play Service and have been produced around the U.S., Ireland and Sweden. She is an alum of Page 73 and Ars Nova. Her TV credits include “Rise” (NBC) and the upcoming Apple series “Little Voice” (from J.J. Abrams & Waitress’s Sara Bareilles & Jessie Nelson).

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