The British premiere of a play first produced in 1922 by the Provincetown Players.

A tale of poetry, birth control and bobbed hair written by one of America's finest writers, Susan Glaspell.

Will the liberal intelligentsia of New York manage to lure the poet Seymore Standish away from his boring Banking life in Bluff City, where bridge and golf hold sway and where the League for Birth Control has not even a foothold?

Or perhaps Seymore's wife and mother have surprises in store for both husband and friends? Maybe Seymore is not quite what he would seem? And what do these dolls tell us?

A witty and surprising comedy by the author of The Verge and Inheritors.

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