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Perfect Blue Now at Neighborhood House

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Two actors, two countries, one live connection

July 14 - 23
Performed at Christ Church Neighborhood House
Directed by David O’Connor
Designed by Jorge Cousineau
Text by G. S. Watson

Perfect Blue has been supported by the Pew Center for Arts & Heritage.

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What they’re saying about Perfect Blue

G.S. Watson’s play uses compelling dialogue to tell the story of a couple and a world challenged by apocalyptic extinction, giving the audience an eye-opening hour’s journey into the future.

Margaret Darby
Delco Culture Vulture

Something new and cutting-edge is happening at Christ Church Neighborhood House this summer – the U.S. premiere of Perfect Blue, by G.S. Watson.

Celeste Mann
DC Metro Theater Arts

G. S. Watson’s entertaining futurist play is made extraordinary through its technology and production.

David Fox
Philly Mag