By Jean Genet Translated by Bernard Frechtman Directed by Gigi Buffington When the line between who you are and who you can never be is stretched thin, reality becomes a story you write yourself. It’s not a pretty story, though there is beauty. Not a story that’s sexy, though there is sex. It is a world most of us glide past without seeing. A world defined by Class and by Other, whose inhabitants are shoved, howling, into a gilded prison. Never to be released. It’s mesmerizing and provocative. Even terrifying, at times. What, after all, is scarier than love? Especially love like this – marble-cold and star-distant. Take a chance, and take a peek into their shattered looking glass.