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The Old Boy is a spectacular play written by master playwright, A. R. Gurney that debuted onto stages all over the US in 1991. Since then, it has gained repute as one of the most fabulous written plays, which its casts have time and again acted to perfection. Considered as one of A. R. Gurney’s masterpieces, it is being staged once again and is a play to enjoy live after ordering The Old Boy tickets.
The Old Boy was premiered at the Playwrights Horizons in 1991, directed by John Rubinstein. Its cast consisted of Stephen Collins, Matthew McGrath, Clark Gregg, Nan Martin and Elizabeth McKay. During its early reviews, it attracted the attention of Broadway producers. It was renowned for its controversial and complicated plot, unusual for its time. Its story featured homosexual youth, the AIDS epidemic and life during the start of the nineties. It has attracted many since its premiere via cheap The Old Boy tickets.
A. R. Gurney is the playwright behind The Old Boy. He is a famous American playwright and novelist, best known for Love Letters, Sweet Sue, The Cocktail Hour and The Dining Room. He is a graduate of Williams College and the Yale School of Drama. After that, he began teaching at MIT, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, humanities and began writing plays while teaching. He rose to fame with The Dining Room and began working full-time as a playwright. Since then, he has writing phenomenal plays, many of them focusing on the American Northeast and its many people.
While still at Yale, A. R. Gurney, The Old Boy’s playwright, wrote the first ever musical produced at the Yale School of Drama, titled as Love in Buffalo. One of his most recent plays is The Grand Manner, a story based upon his real life meeting with famous actress, Katharine Cornell during her production of Antony and Cleopatra. This play premiered in 2010 at the Lincoln Center and was also staged in Buffalo at the Kavinoky Theatre.
The Old Boy is one of his several plays. He has also written a number of novels, most notably The Gospel According to Joe, The Snow Ball and Entertaining Strangers. He has written a total of forty six plays to date. He has received many an award and honor, and was elected as a member of the prestigious American Academy of Arts and Letters in 2006. This play, by an award winning playwright, is therefore one that is a must see live via The Old Boy tickets.