by Nina Raine
directed by David Muse
“The best-written, best-plotted, deepest, most daring—and funniest—new play in recent years.”
—The Wall Street Journal
Billy, a young deaf man whose hearing family has never listened to him, comes to define his identity on his own terms in this sophisticated drama about family, belonging, and the limitations of language. This performance is approximately two hours and fifteen minutes with a fifteen minute intermission.
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