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Martinson Theater at Joseph Papp Public Theater

Snapshots from an enigmatic fairy-tale in which Suzie, the elusive coquette, brings Samuel to his knees–from where he worships a life he only half understands. Old-Fashioned Prostitutes (A True Romance) is an expressionistic chamber-play that twists emotional heartache into a landscape of continual mental invention.

This show is closed.

Performances ended on Jun. 2, 2013.

Martinson Theater at Joseph Papp Public Theater

425 Lafayette Street
New York, NY 10003

Previews Apr 30, 2013
Opening May 7, 2013
Closing Jun 2, 2013

Story

What Is the Story of Old-Fashioned Prostitutes?
Old-Fashioned Prostitutes provides the audience with snapshots from the memory of Samuel, who becomes enamored by an elusive coquette named Suzie. However, the show does not tell a linear story, and it is up to audience members to interpret the plot as they see fit.

Critics' Reviews

"This show is squarely for those who have always salivated over Foreman’s work and not for those uncomfortable with having no clue what’s going on."

Review by Matt Windman from AM NY

"'Prostitutes' is impeccably turned out, using Foreman's signature stark colors (reds and blacks are always favored) and inventive lighting and sound design to fill in a disconnected story about a man...who orbits a coy coquette."

Review by Jason Clark from Entertainment Weekly

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