About the Play
After completing the literary masterpiece 'Howards End,' E. M. Forster began writing his most personal and controversial novel: MAURICE. Completed in 1914 and published posthumously in 1971, Forster’s opus on queer love in Edwardian England centers around young Maurice Hall as he seeks answers to questions of identity from schoolmates, a hypnotherapist—and an enigmatic gamekeeper named Alec Scudder. A milestone in the history of gay love stories, MAURICE twists and turns and ultimately shows us that in the end, we all deserve our place in this world.
Please note: To keep the health of you, the audience, a top priority, there may be shifts in the 2020/21 production plans including updates to performance dates, artists and titles. Rest assured that we will work with you to be flexible if anything changes.