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The Shape of Things archiveAdam is a non-descript young student who works part-time in an art museum and a video store just to pay his way through college. That is, until he meets Evelyn, at which moment his life changes. Evelyn instils a new-found confidence in Adam, making him feel better about himself by changing his appearance, helping him lose weight, and giving him fashion advice. Soon Adam is attracting attention he has never had before. But how far is Adam willing to go to make his relationship with Evelyn work? And how much will he change his perception of himself from what he used to be to what he believes he wants to be? Suitable for ages 16+. Running time: approx. 2hrs inclu. 1 interval.
Performers Anna Bamberger (Evelyn), Sean McConaghy (Adam), Harrie Hayes (Jenny), Sean Browne (Phillip).
Author Neil LaBute. Presented by Anna Bamberger. Presented by Arcade Productions. Director Samuel Miller. Design takis. Lighting Paul Green. Music George Dennis (original composition).

The Shape of Things

The Shape of Things (Play) production archive for QTIX code T01459591675. Details of all The Shape of Things archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S02019328420

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