Storm and Burned House

Cutting Ball Theater
277 Taylor St, San Francisco, CA 94102
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WHAT IS IT ABOUT?

In Storm, an elderly gentleman near the end of his life lives peacefully in a building neighbors call "the quiet house." His peace is shattered, however, when the new neighbors upstairs, the young wife and child he left so many years ago, and her new husband, plan to turn their home into a private casino. Years of jealousy and resentment rise to the surface as he tries to help his former wife out of a bind and finds that the ghosts of his past still haunt him. In Burned House, Arvid arrives in his hometown of Stockholm after decades of living in the United States only to find that his childhood home burned down the night before. While detectives search through the rubble for clues about the cause of the fire, Arvid sifts through the ashes to uncover the dark secrets hidden by his family and the town. As more secrets are revealed, Arvid finds the tools he needs to exact revenge on his brother for crimes committed long, long ago. Part of the Risk is This... The Cutting Ball New Experimental Plays Festival and Cutting Ball's Risk Translations: Workshops of August Strindberg's Chamber Plays in new translations by Paul Walsh.

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Cutting Ball Announces Festival Schedule for Risk is This. - May 11, 2012

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