March 22, 2013 9:38 AM

‘Harper Regan’: Simple yet familiar

Startinhen The Next Stage begins performing its take on Simon Stephens’ award-winning 2008 play “Harper Regan” in The Attic at the State Theatre, it’ll possess a sense of both the conventional and the unknown. Described by the New York Times as “a simple and familiar story,” “Harper Regan” is a two-act play that focuses on an introspective journey taken by the title character after she impulsively leaves her job to visit her dying father.

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