A whopping double bill brimming with literary goodnessNo matter what anyone tries to tell you, two is always better than one. It’s pretty much our golden rule around here, especially when it comes to catching two unforgettable plays in one night. Roman Fever, Edith Wharton’s Gilded Age short, is brimming with secrets and scandals that just beg for a stage adaptation. While Gilt On The Gold also promises a fascinating narrative chronicling the life of Frederick Law Olmsted, a co-designer of Central Park. Sold.
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