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The Old Boy - Off-Broadway

A newly revised version of A.R. Gurney's drama.

A.R. Gurney’s The Old Boy Returns to Prep School on Opening Night

A.R. Gurney’s The Old Boy Returns to Prep School on Opening Night
Photo by: Jenny Anderson
Chris Dwan, Peter Rini & playwright A.R. Gurney.

If you missed the 1991 off-Broadway premiere of The Old Boy (named one of Time magazine’s best plays of the year), you’ve got a new opportunity to savor A.R. Gurney’s singular take on the secret life of WASPs. Keen Company’s revival of The Old Boy (a title referring to the informal network of East Coast prep school grads) opened on March 5 at the Clurman Theatre on Theatre Row, and Broadway.com stopped by to take celebratory photos of the company after the performance. Click below to take a look, then see this fascinating play for yourself, through March 30.

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