What You'll Get
Imagine stealing the Hope Diamond ... and then using it as a paperweight. As farfetched as that scenario sounds, it's not far off from what happened when the Mona Lisa was lifted from the Louvre in 1911. Museum worker Vincenzo Peruggia pulled off the greatest art heist in history when he walked out the door with Leonardo da Vinci's masterpiece hidden under his coat - only to do nothing more with the priceless artifact than display it in his garret apartment, quietly enjoying it all by his lonesome. The Woman Who Amuses Herself introduces audiences to Vincenzo, his mysterious motives, and other characters similarly enchanted by the smiling lady, in an intriguing "why-dunnit" at Chicago's Edge Theater.
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