Mamet directs the reading himself, with Rebecca Pidgeon and Sophia Macy co-starring.
The play is about the prickly relationship between two Victorian-era women, Clare and Anna, who live together in the early 1900s. A Boston marriage is a 19th-century euphemism for a lesbian relationship.
Previously, the work was seen in an Off-Broadway production that opened at The Public Theater in 2002, starring Martha Plimpton and Kate Burton.
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