Boston Center for American Performance
and New Rep Theatre presents
Imagining Madoff
By Deborah Margolin
Directed by Elaine Vaan Hogue
May 28 - Now Extended to June 3, 2014
Boston University Theatre, Lane-Comley Studio 210

In Obie Award-winning playwright Deborah Margolin’s controversial new play, we witness imagined jail conversations between Ponzi schemer Bernie Madoff and Solomon Galkin, a poet and Holocaust survivor. In a high moral showdown, these two Jewish men banter about women, baseball, the Talmud, human decency, kindness, and the story of Abraham and Isaac, revealing much about greed and the forces that led us to the Great Recession. According to DC Theatre Scene, “we know the what already; in Imagining Madoff, we seek the why.”

“Margolin takes chances and seeks unconventional connections.” - The Washington Post

Due to the intimate nature of the production and limited seating,
house management will not be able to seat patrons after curtain time.

May / June 2014
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  • Wed
    28 

    7:30pm
  • Thu
    29 

    7:30pm
  • Fri
    30 

    8:00pm
  • Sat
    31
    3:00pm
    8:00pm
  • Sun
    1
    2:00pm
    7:00pm
  • Mon
    2 

    7:30pm
  • Tue
    3 

    7:30pm
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