The Miracle at Naples

A Play in Two Acts

4M, 3F

 

A motley band of traveling commedia players in Renaissance Italy arrives in Naples just in time for he Feast of San Gennaro. The passions of the actors and the locals are ignited when lustful lovers romp through the town piazza seeking pleasure and discovering the many forms of love in this outrageously smart and bawdy comedy.  

 

Premiere: Huntington Theatre Company, 2009.

Directed by: Peter DuBois. 

Cast: Christina Pumariega, Alma Cuervo, Dick Latessa, Lucy DeVito, Pedro Pascal, Gregory Wooddell, Alfredo Narciso.

 

                 WINNER OF THE 2009 IRNE AWARD FOR BEST NEW PLAY

 

Originally commissioned by the Public Theater/New York Shakespeare Festival..

"SUBLIME ... a miracle in itself ...

crude, rude, and deliciously lewd" — Variety   

 

      

"RAUNCHY potent comedy"  

—The Boston Herald  

"Unbelievably CLEVER"  

—WGBH Radio

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