Papa is Pulitzer Prize-winner John deGroot's script about Ernest Hemingway in his twilight years. The play uses Hemingway's own words to vividly paint a revealing picture of a truly iconic figure. The audience gets a press pass to Papa Hemingway's Cuban home as he recounts his past and allows an up front and personal exchange that sets this play apart from other solo performances. The actor, Adrian Sparks, portraying Papa Hemingway both bears a striking resemblance to, and fully embodies the famous figure in spirit. The play comes to the Eureka from an Ovation award winning run in Los Angeles.
" . . . In this near perfect fusion of Actor and Material, Sparks is unfailingly brilliant . . ." -Los Angeles Times
" . . . deGroot's Hemingway is magnificent . . . spellbinding piece of work . . . this brilliant play . . . revelatory . . ." - Chicago Tribune
" . . .rarely does one witness a performer so fully inhabiting the skin of an historical figure . . ." - BackStage West
Additional performances: Sunday, June 8 at 2pm; Sunday, June 25 at 2pm; Wednesday, June 28 at 8pm.
No 5pm perforamance on Sunday, June 25.
Appropriate For Ages: PG-13