Staged Reading of Glass House at the Center for Architecture

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START: 7:00 PM December 2, 2011
END: 8:30 PM December 2, 2011


Join the Center for Architecture for a staged reading of “Glass House,” a new play written by Bob Morris and directed by Hal Brooks. The play is about Anthony, an architect who idolizes mid-century modern design. When he and his wife, Abby, move into a glass house in the suburbs, Anthony’s obsession with order surfaces as his persona begins to shatter. The play features giants of design who comment on how style, substance and organization affect our daily lives. The great architect (and Nazi sympathizer) Philip Johnson makes a special ghostly appearance.

Tickets: $10 for AIA and Docomomo members; $15 for non-members. Buy tickets here.
Organized by the Center for Architecture and Docomomo.

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