Vanity Fair, An (Im-)morality Play
“A gift to actors and a goody bag for its audience.” —NY Times
Two women – one privileged and the other from the streets – strive to navigate an unfair society that punishes them for every mistake. (Bad) Becky isn’t afraid to break the rules while (Good) Amelia fears even to bend them. Kate Hamill’s (Sense & Sensibility) adaptation of Thackary’s Vanity Fair explores how flexible our morals become when our luck turns against us.
Produced by Underground Railway Theater
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