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Can an artist justify her pursuit of extra-marital affairs for the sake of maintaining her artistic inspiration? Can a woman’s husband and her son nurture an amicable, trusting relationship with her young lover living in their house?

Such questions — and many more — will be raised in a new play titled “Egeria,” based on the life of poet and novelist Kanoko Okamoto (1889-1939), better known as the mother of the late avant-garde artist Taro Okamoto (1911-1996).

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