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F. Jasmine Addams

Opened: October 27, 1971
Closing: unknown

F. Jasmine Addams - 1971 - Off-Broadway Tickets, News, Info & More

Based on the novel Member of the Wedding by Carson McCullers

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BWW Review: THE MEMBER OF THE WEDDING Gets Thoughtful Loving Production by Frank Benge - Nov 27, 2017

THE MEMBER OF THE WEDDING was a 1946 novel by Southern writer Carson McCullers. It took her five years to complete, although she did interrupt the writing for a few months to write the short novel The Ballad of the Sad Caf . The novel has been adapted for the stage, motion pictures, and television. McCullers herself adapted the novel for the Broadway stage in 1950. The film version followed in 1952 and a stage musical version, F. Jasmine Addams, was produced Off-Broadway in 1971. The work examines why people exclude others and the resulting consequences. The central figures also talk about how they wish the world was more fluid and changeable in terms of race, gender and identity, all of which runs thematically through McCullers body of work.


How About You and Me
If I Had a...
Miss Pinhead
Baby, That's Love
Did I Make a Good Impression?
Good as Anybody
The We of Me
Travellin' On
Sunshine Tomorrow
F. Jasmine Addams
How Sweet Is Peach Ice Cream
Do Me a Favor
Another Day
Quite Suddenly
Grey Eyes
F. Jasmine Addams has had 1 productions including Off-Broadway which opened in 1971.



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