Virginia Woolf's "Orlando" Adapted by Sarah Ruhl
Imagine falling asleep as an English nobleman and waking up as a duchess. Imagine flirting with an elderly Queen Elizabeth I and moving through centuries as if they were days. The book "Orlando," a fantastical parody of a biography, was inspired by Woolf’s love for the aristocrat Vita Sackville-West. It has been called it “the longest love letter in the English language.” Spanning four centuries, Orlando's adventure is an unquenchable search for love, knowledge, expression and identity.
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