Gossamer

Today @ the Marcus Center - 1 p.m.

Sep. 27, 2008
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First Stage's adaptation of Lois Lowry's Gossamer begins with a waif-like girl engaged in a battle of wills with her unyielding mentor, her unquenchable curiosity gently butting against her elder's limited reserve of patience. It's an appropriate beginning for a play that is essentially all about the battle of wills between the spirited ingeniousness of youth and the wisdom of old age, the forces of light and darkness, and between a young boy's suppressed feelings of shame and his burgeoning sense of self-worth. First Stage continues its production of Gossamer this afternoon with a 1 p.m. performance in the Marcus Center.

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