• mary page marlowe - marcus doshi design
  • mary page marlowe - marcus doshi design
  • mary page marlowe - marcus doshi design
  • mary page marlowe - marcus doshi design
  • mary page marlowe - marcus doshi design
  • mary page marlowe - marcus doshi design
  • mary page marlowe - marcus doshi design
  • mary page marlowe - marcus doshi design
  • mary page marlowe - marcus doshi design
  • mary page marlowe - marcus doshi design

Charles Isherwood of the New York Times on this new play by Tracy Letts:

Some may find the play’s form frustrating; I found it beautiful and affecting, like flipping through a friend’s photo album in no particular order, finding some faces familiar, others unexpected. And then you come upon someone entirely unknown — who obviously meant much to your friend — and you realize, with a pang of sadness, that your knowledge of even those closest to you will always be fragmentary and incomplete.

Read the full text of the review here.

Select photos by Michael Browsilow

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Lighting Design

Written by Tract Letts

Directed by Anna D. Shapiro
Set Design by Todd Rosenthal
Costume Design by Linda Roethke
Projection Design by Sven Ortel
Sound Design by Richard Woodbury
Original Music by Diana Lawrence

Steppenwolf Theatre, Chicago, 2016