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WINTER

Picasso at the Lapin Agile

By Steve Martin

Sparks fly as Pablo Picasso and Albert Einstein debate the meaning of the universe and its inescapable ties with art in this surreal piece from the comic genius of Steve Martin.

"Very engaging... Martin sends ideas onstage in baggy pants, with a cigar... mix[ing] the sublime with the ridiculous [so] that they can't be easily disentangled... Very good fun."

The New York Times

 

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Rhinoceros                  

By Eugène Ionesco

Adapted by Derek Prouse

Join us for an intimate exploration into an absurdist masterpiece. Berenger must escape transformation as his small town is invaded by a mysterious herd of rhinoceros.

"Its satricical humor, combined with its provocative theme and surprisingly moving ending, results in an evening that is strange, disturbing and arresting."

New York Post

 

 

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Titus Andronicus

By William Shakespeare

An unrelenting revenge cycle that pulls humanity apart by the stitches. Prepare yourself for the most iconic bloodbath in classical theatre.

Come see the original Game of Thrones.

"This is not just a splatter fest. Its savagery is always disturbing, and the wild laughter it evokes sticks in the throat as the world turns mad."                           

- The Guardian

 

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