by Grace Metalious
Adapted and Directed by Paul Edwards
One of the first mainstream books to cover sexual taboos, Peyton Place became a best-selling novel, movie, beloved soap opera and now a world premiere adaptation from City Lit Theater. This saucy tale, which John Waters called, "the first dirty book the baby boom generation ever read," deals with three women in a respectable New England town who come to terms with their sexual identity: the emotionally distant Constance; her sensitive daughter Allison; and Allison's friend Selena, a girl from across the tracks. Filled with twists and turns, you'll find out why Peyton Place still resonates to this day.
NOTE: This is a PREVIEW performance.
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City Lit Theater is located on the second floor of the Edgewater Presbyterian Church at the corner of Bryn Mawr and Kenmore, right around the corner from where Lake Shore Drive starts at Hollywood and Sheridan.
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