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A Number

If you were dissatisfied with your child, would you if you could start over with the same raw material, hoping for a better result? What if you discovered that though you felt like an individual person, you were in fact only one of a number of identicals? From the subtle and innovative mind of Caryl Churchill (Top Girls. Cloud Nine) comes an emotionally compelling, intellectually provocative meditation on the implications of cloning at the most human, most personal level. Through a series of deftly written confrontations between a father and his sons, Churchill invites us to consider the disturbing complexity of a reality not too far in our future. A Number welcomes this major writer of the modern era back to ACT’s stage for the first time in twenty (?) years. Winner, 2002 London Evening Standard Award for Best Play.
About the Play
Written By: Caryl Churchill
On the Screen: IMDB Details
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About the Production
Run Dates: 9/1/2006 - 10/1/2006
Program: Program (.pdf)
Directed By: John Kanzanjian
Cast: Peter Crook
Kevin Tighe
Behind the Scenes: Kurt Beattie - Artistic Director
Lisa Ann Chernoff - Assistant Stage Manager
Jeffrey K. Hanson - Stage Manager
Rick Paulsen - Lighting Designer
Judith Shahn - Dialect Coach
Lindsay Smith - Sound Designer
Susan Trapnell - Managing Director
Deb Trout - Costume Designer
Carey Wong - Scenic Designer
Ben Zamora - Assistant Lighting Designer