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Ready to bum out? A Breakup Is Swift is a conceptual artwork that takes the form of a series of live performances. A real-life breakup conversation provided by a friend is re-created in excruciating detail. Names have been changed, gender roles allowed to reverse. Each show features a naturalistic yet cringeworthy performance by a different pair of actors. To get the full experience, you have to see more than one! This show features Lily Richards, Miles Hartfelder, Sarah Elizabeth Doerner, and Keenan Reilly.
Ready to bum out? A Breakup Is Swift is a conceptual artwork that takes the form of a series of live performances. A real-life breakup conversation provided by a friend is re-created in excruciating detail. Names have been changed, gender roles allowed to reverse. Each show features a naturalistic yet cringeworthy performance by a different pair of actors. To get the full experience, you have to see more than one! This show features Lily Richards and Sarah Elizabeth Doerner. Other scheduled shows include Miles Hartfelder and Keenan Reilly.
Ready to bum out? A Breakup Is Swift is a conceptual artwork that takes the form of a series of live performances. A real-life breakup conversation provided by a friend is re-created in excruciating detail. Names have been changed, gender roles allowed to reverse. Each show features a naturalistic yet cringeworthy performance by a different pair of actors. To get the full experience, you have to see more than one! This show features Miles Hartfelder and Keenan Reilly. Other scheduled shows include Lily Richards and Sarah Elizabeth Doerner.
Cannibals Alone is a chilling thriller that brings audiences into the secluded lives of best friends Rae and Mags as they seek to avenge the death of a loved one while fighting a government that breeds and thrives on paranoia in a not-too-distant dystopian future. Set in the humble confines of a backwoods cabin, Cannibals Alone shows how politics, propaganda, and paranoia can affect and twist the average citizen when left to his or her own devices.
Filled to the brim with painful secrets and desperate longings, Tennessee Williams' masterwork is the story of a family breaking down. With iconic roles and beautiful poetry, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof is a sexy, smoldering descent into a world choking on mendacity.
In his Latino-themed, father-son comic drama The Cruise, Jonathan Ceniceroz explores the consequence of colonial histories and dark politics within the decadence of Caribbean cruise culture. The play reveals the fractured nature of race and identity that is caused by social imbalance and imposed hierarchy, while exploring the story of a man who merely wants and demands that his most authentic human qualities survive in spite of everything.
Celebrated soprano Julia Migenes explores the life of composer Claude Debussy, the "founder of musical impressionism." Debussy: His Letters and His Music delves into Debussy's youth, his great wit, and his constant battle with the more conservative musical world. Debussy's actual letters lead into his music in this new stage biography of one of the most highly regarded composers of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Migenes is accompanied on piano by Manuel Arellano and directed by Academy Award-nominated director Peter Medak.
Is it still a party when it's Family Only? Where do you draw the line with family? Will invites his relatives to toast the purchase of his new home, but instead of celebrating, they tear each other apart. Can the family survive? Is there any love left among them or just a tally sheet of debts owed and paid? Family Only, an original comedic drama by Darryl Vinyard making its world premiere at Theatre West, tests the boundaries of love with humorous and dramatic results.
The gut-wrenching devastation of Lear encompasses more than one man's trajectory through power and hubris; it is an affecting, unflinching chronicle of a family as that family disintegrates around the mental illness of its patriarch. To add a deeply personal dimension to Shakespeare's themes of madness, frailty, and love, this production is set in a memory care facility. The show invites you to experience, in the midst of tragedy, the healing and transcendent nature of great art.
Eugene O'Neill's semi-autobiographical masterpiece pulls back the curtain on the Connecticut home of the Tyrone family, where deep-seated resentments and bourbon-fueled tirades cause a family to expose their darkest natures. O'Neill paints this powerful and heartrending portrait as a single day that begins like any other, only to become a night from which the Tyrones will never recover.
Regarded as one of America's most important plays, Long Day's Journey Into Night premiered in Stockholm in 1956. Its Broadway debut followed later that year. The production won the Tony Award for Best Play and Best Actor in a Play (Fredric March as James Tyrone). In 1957 the play received the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. A 2016 revival, starring Gabriel Byrne and Jessica Lange, was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Revival of a Play and a Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Revival of a Play.
Not Man Apart Physical Theatre Ensemble, in association with Greenway Arts Alliance, presents a movement adaptation of John Milton's epic poem Paradise Lost. The innovative vision, adapted by NMA co-artistic director Jones (Welsh) Talmadge and codirected with NMA co-artistic director Laura Covelli, blends dance, acrobatics, dynamic partnering, and NMA's unique brand of physical storytelling in an original version of this iconic tale of Adam and Eve's temptation and the war in heaven.
Paradise Lost: Reclaiming Destiny features bodies flying across the stage on harness and chains, augmented by the stunning and unique live digital animation effects of J-Walt Adamczyk and video installation artist Hannah Beavers. While the performance ensemble battles as angels and demons, powerful visual images of the creation of the universe and the Garden of Eden are projected onstage to weave an emotional tale surrounded by evocative original music and costumes.
Remember WENN is a dramedy set at the fictional Pittsburgh radio station WENN in the late 1930s and early 1940s. It depicts events (both dramatic and comic) in the personal and professional lives of the station's staff before and during World War Two.
1855, Boston. The slightest infraction between gentlemen is grounds for a challenge by pistols. In this dark comedy, when mild-mannered Nathaniel "Wings" Leeds is challenged to a duel by the most dangerous man in the city, he asks his brash and estranged brother to be his second.
Dylan Brody tells a story from Driving Hollywood, his latest one-man show. Eight other storytellers present inspiring tales from their own experiences of struggle and success, joy and woe, and love and laughter. Also, musical storyteller Corbin Jones tells a story through the unique voice of the bass.
- Deb Whitcas tells about an encounter with a Jerry Springer guest when she was one of the TV show's producers.
- Jabari Smith relates how lessons from sports helped him build a new life.
- Aprille Isham recounts her early experiences with surprises.
- Teri Kinne tells how Molly becomes more than a cat.
- Roger Trammell relates a nine-year-old's life-changing country adventure.
- Jan Bock portrays her father's flair for theater — a flair that changed her life.
- Grettel Fournell describes a ride through the jungle with her dad and Jeep Man.
- Saima Manzoor depicts life as viewed by a girl from Kashmir who comes to America.
- Corbin Jones shows off the voice of the bass.
What if the fate of your favorite video game characters rested in your hands? Take control as they take the stage in The Video Games! Princess Zelda, Queen of the Console, is celebrating the 64th Annual Video Games and needs the audience's assistance (through social media) to ensure that this year's games are bigger, badder, and bloodier than last year's! It's a different show every night as iconic pixelated heroes and villains — such as Donkey Kong, Lara Croft, and the Master Chief — compete to win the coveted title of Player One.
Behold, a variety show set in the raucous days of 1924 Berlin that is dedicated to presenting lively and inventive performances ranging from the absurd to the sublime! On any given night you might see burlesque, puppetry, clowns, mimes, dance troupes, solo character sketches, musical numbers, and a variety of acrobatic and other circus performers doing their thing. Hosts Gretel Heinz and Hermann Schnitzel do their best to keep the sense of the 1920s alive and roaring. The show's venue, the famous El Cid restaurant, adds to the atmosphere with its full bar, smoking patio, optional food menu, and reasonable prices — to say nothing of its beauty.