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  “Metatheater for the digital age…The twist transcends the boundary between theater and reality.” – Tufts Daily “Kiss is an unusual and discomfiting piece of theater that is part Syrian soap opera, part improv, and totally worth your time.” – Broadway World “A strange and powerful piece.” – Theatre Mirror “This was an amazing production. I was taken in from the beginning by the absolutely fantastic acting and directing. Highly recommended.” – Sue Fendrick, blog…

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    We asked the cast of Kiss what audiences should expect from the show; their reply reveals how you simply have to see it to get it. Kiss runs now – NOV 19. Get tickets today: http://bit.ly/2v89YHQ

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In Gardens Speak, only ten audience members per hour are admitted into this unforgettable, full-body-experience. With such limited availability, we’ve created this guide to help people who still hope to attend locate and secure tickets. Below, we’ve outlined the current availability; we’ll aim to update this blog post with changes at least once per day. If you’re having trouble securing one of the few Gardens Speak tickets, please call the box office at 617.824.8400 for…

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  In Kiss, Chilean playwright and director Guillermo Calderón brings his masterful sensibility to an intense, tightly wound story where naiveté can turn out to be the kiss of death. The author visited the Boston rehearsals in October of 2017 to talk about this powerful new play with director David Dower. Press play to watch the whole conversation; excerpts from Calderón’s answers below.   “My way [to do this] was to make a play about…

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“Kiss begins on a set. In all of Guillermo’s plays he’s playing on our willingness to suspend our disbelief. Guillermo Calderón grew up in the Pinochet era in Chile. He knows, firsthand, the calamity that lurks in the shadows where empathy has failed and the dangers of comfortably distancing ourselves from the problems of others. Through his young, earnest, committed protagonists he calls us all to mind that gap. What will it take to truly…

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