Theatre - Fatal Attraction: A Greek Tragedy
The plot of Fatal Attraction: A Greek Tragedy loosely follows the Academy Award winning film. When a big-time corporate lawyer has a one-night stand with a no-nonsense business woman while his wife is away, all hell breaks loose. Skewering the film's blatant fear of the successful business woman in contrast to its celebration of traditional family values, the play adopts a chorus that comments on the action by using text from the Greek tragedy oeuvre. Running at a breakneck pace of 70 minutes, this parody of the '80s classic tells its own story with a kinetic beat, a boiled bunny dance sequence, and numerous of kungfu action scenes.
||The film Fatal Attraction
|Dates and Locations:
||July 10, 2005 to August 27, 2005 at the East 13th St. Theater, New York
| Corey Feldman
| Alana McNair
| Kate Wilkinson
| Aaron Haskel
||Ellen Hamilton Latzen
||Alana McNair and Kate Wilkinson
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