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    Dawn

    DAWN revolves around Hampton, an abusive alcoholic who has completely alienated his wife and children. Can he stop drinking and make up for the past, even amidst some very dark revelations of incest and pedophilia? DAWN is one father’s story of redemption and reconciliation " with a twist.

    Flea Artistic Director, Jim Simpson says, “Thomas Bradshaw is interested in presenting taboo subjects onstage, and DAWN is not an exception. Vice battles the oh-so American need for redemption in this family drama set in Florham Park, New Jersey. We are pleased to be presenting the work of this remarkable playwright whose work is so pleasantly unpleasant.”

    Dates:  Nov. 13, 2008 - Dec. 6, 2008
    Previews start: Nov. 9, 2008
    Schedule:  performance times vary; visit www.theflea.org for details
    Venue:  The Flea Theater, 41 White Street (btw Broadway & Church)
    Price:  $18
    Tickets/info:  (212) 226-2407


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