Eclipse Theatre Company concludes its 2004 Keith Reddin Season by presenting Big Time, a comedy-drama that takes a savage look at a lost generation of corporate American 'players', sleek in their enterprise and hungry for the sharp deal. Set in the late 80's, Big Time follows the world of Paul, a young, sharp, and successful businessman, who loves his work and is sold on success, but on a business trip to shore up a shaky financial situation in the Middle East, he is confronted with the ruthless global realties of American culture and himself. Eclipse ensemble member and Goodman Theatre Associate Producer Steve Scott directs.
Post-show discussions with the cast and dramaturg will be held following the Sunday, 3 PM matinees on 11/21, 11/28, 12/05 and 12/12 (free with paid ticket).
Benefit performance on 12/11, 8 PM, also at Victory Gardens
No performance on Thanksgiving Day, 11/25
Additional matinee on Saturday, 11/27, at 3 PM