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Published on Jun 21, 2010
A preview of THE CIDER HOUSE RULES playing June 9 -- July 11, 2010 at Book-It Repertory Theatre (http://www.book-it.org).
We are thrilled to revisit this gem that helped to forge Book-It's future. The Cider House Rules was the first full-length novel adapted in the Book-It Style™ and premiered in 1996 at Seattle Rep (with subsequent productions at the Mark Taper Forum and New York's Atlantic Theater Company). The landmark production put Book-It—and our trademarked style—on the national theatre map and has a special place in our history. This is the story of orphan Homer Wells' life in a Maine orphanage and his education under the tutelage of Dr. Larch, who delivers not only babies but their mothers, too.
The Cider House Rules is recommended for mature audiences only. The production contains adult situations, language, and graphic descriptions of medical procedures.