Powerful, moving, and ripe for revival, Inge’s Pulitzer Prize winning drama is not simply a breezy summer romance. Set in small town Kansas, this is a sexy world, dangerous and cruel, where residents keep each other in their place while longing to break free.
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The idea behind the poster is to give the basic premise of the story in a dollhouse-like snapshot. It shows the setting of the play—the area between these two houses, with several of the other characters peering at the main couple through different windows. This represents the different lenses the characters view Madge and Hal. Some view them through jealousy and lust, others dream vicariously through them.
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