Pain is not the 18th century Anglo-American revolutionary, but an American everyman for the 21st century. He speaks to us of his own pain as he draws his audience into his last-ditch plea for empathy and enlightenment. Through Thom Pain, writer Will Eno beguilingly muses on childhood, yearning, disappointment and loss, cataloguing the eternal agonies and occasional joys of the human condition without ever losing sight of the peculiar, alienated brittleness of our own times. For anyone who has ever loved and lost, or never loved and lost anyway. Whatever.
Added Performance: Wednesday, February 7th at 7:00 P.M.