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Intimate Apparel

September 10, 2011 - October 2, 2011

By Lynn Nottage

Directed by Seret Scott

 

Pulitzer Prize-winner Lynn Nottage's vivid tale is set among the bustle of New York in the early part of the 20th century. Esther, a talented African-American seamstress, crafts stunning undergarments for women from the brothels to the Upper East Side. Shimmering with vital and memorable characters, this is a powerful and moving tale of romance, independence, acceptance, and what lies just under our outer appearances.

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Multimedia

Video
playIntimate Apparel Trailer

Intimate Apparel Trailer

playIntimate Apparel - Behind the Scenes

Intimate Apparel - Behind the Scenes

Get a “behind-the-seams” glimpse at the making of Intimate Apparel

playIntimate Apparel Conversations with John video

Intimate Apparel Conversations with John video

See what Artistic Director John Dias has to say about the show in “Conversations with John”

Playbill

Capturing Moments in Time

As the twentieth century began, the inception of photography as a tool for social documentation was still relatively recent. Here was a new way to capture reality, to tell the story of moments in time.

Jeremy Stoller, Dramaturg