Extended through April 22nd.
Begining In April, performance schedule is Wednesday - Saturday at 8pm.
"the laughs kept coming... engrossing.... viewers could be shuddering at the power or laughing at its outsized intensity".
"Barth's voice has it's own distinctive power.It's riveting stuff"
"paranoid nightmare.. So what about Bob? Does he symbolize anxiety about surveillance, an overreaching government or the invasion of privacy? Perhaps."
-- THE NEW YORK TIMES
"...You can't take your eyes away. A log-flume ride. An entertaining, satirical, nightmarish 'what if' on just how close our government may be to totalitarianism.
I can't stop watching."
-- THEATER TALK
What if they really do care what you think?
It's the eve of the age of terror and Henry just wants to play in a band. But when a "counselor" conducting a dubious field study pays him a visit, liberal portions of doubt, dissent and holiday brisket are served up in this darkly comic parable.
America's soft place to land is about to take a hard right.
The play is written and directed by David Barth, a San Francisco native and an Edward F. Albee Foundation Fellow.
Box Office Hours: 10:00 A.M. - 10:00 P.M.
Group Sales Number: 212-475-1449
Appropriate For Ages: 18 and over