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You know, girl-and-boy friends from childhood who have spent hours sipping juice on the tire swing, then Gentleman Jack in their dorm rooms, dreaming about their futures, learning together about the mysteries of you-know-what, and generally becoming so close over so much time that actually dating would feel a lot like hanging out with your sibling. So there is something rather refreshing about Doran's more critical look at these young friendships that dance on the edge of Eros; something original about her probing of how little some of us actually reveal as children, often for very good reason, however close the friend; and her assertion that our soul mates actually can stymie our growth in matters of love, sex and self-actualization.
As they head off to college, both Charlotte (Hayley Burgess) and Jonny (Travis Turner) are exploring their own sexuality and trying to figure out if they are gay.
Many artists and writers were inspired by the story, including Shakespeare, Botticelli, Rembrandt, Dürer, Artemisia Gentileschi, Geoffrey Chaucer, and Thomas Heywood.
Some of the older audience members at Writers (which generally attracts a mature crowd) must have been rolling their eyes at intermission, thinking they were watching HBO or had paid to watch a play about their kids (or grandkids) and that these neurotic young characters would, of course, figure their relationships out in the fullness of time, as most of us eventually do.
But in Act 2, this gradually deepening play (which premiered in 2014 at the Lincoln Center in the New York under the direction of Sam Gold) takes more turns with plenty of multigenerational relevance.
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The two young people who flail around in the first act of Bathsheba Doran's compassionate and ultimately complex play, "The Mystery of Love & Sex," which opened Thursday night at Writers Theatre in Glencoe, are what's often called soul mates. (I do, and it doesn't matter how long we go between seeing each other.) Either way, the soul mate generally has enjoyed decent Hollywood and literary branding, old friends generally turning out to be our best friends.
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