The Pride
Feb
9
7:30 PM19:30

The Pride

By Alexi Kaye Campbell

Three actors play two sets of characters with identical names living 60 years apart.  In the 1950s Oliver hires Sylvia to illustrate his newest children’s book and an attraction develops between Oliver and Sylvia’s deeply closeted husband Philip.  In the present day, Philip and Oliver are a couple on the rocks due to Oliver’s resistance to monogamy and his emotional attachment to his best friend Sylvia.  Defunkt’s Executive Director Sarah Armitage directs this Olivier-award winning play which cuts back and forth between two eras to challenge notions of love, faithfulness, and the nature of liberation. 

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The Pride
Feb
10
7:30 PM19:30

The Pride

By Alexi Kaye Campbell

Three actors play two sets of characters with identical names living 60 years apart.  In the 1950s Oliver hires Sylvia to illustrate his newest children’s book and an attraction develops between Oliver and Sylvia’s deeply closeted husband Philip.  In the present day, Philip and Oliver are a couple on the rocks due to Oliver’s resistance to monogamy and his emotional attachment to his best friend Sylvia.  Defunkt’s Executive Director Sarah Armitage directs this Olivier-award winning play which cuts back and forth between two eras to challenge notions of love, faithfulness, and the nature of liberation. 

Doors open at 7:15; show start at 7:30

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The Pride
Feb
15
7:30 PM19:30

The Pride

By Alexi Kaye Campbell

Three actors play two sets of characters with identical names living 60 years apart.  In the 1950s Oliver hires Sylvia to illustrate his newest children’s book and an attraction develops between Oliver and Sylvia’s deeply closeted husband Philip.  In the present day, Philip and Oliver are a couple on the rocks due to Oliver’s resistance to monogamy and his emotional attachment to his best friend Sylvia.  Defunkt’s Executive Director Sarah Armitage directs this Olivier-award winning play which cuts back and forth between two eras to challenge notions of love, faithfulness, and the nature of liberation. 

Doors open at 7:15; show start at 7:30

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The Pride
Feb
16
7:30 PM19:30

The Pride

By Alexi Kaye Campbell

Three actors play two sets of characters with identical names living 60 years apart.  In the 1950s Oliver hires Sylvia to illustrate his newest children’s book and an attraction develops between Oliver and Sylvia’s deeply closeted husband Philip.  In the present day, Philip and Oliver are a couple on the rocks due to Oliver’s resistance to monogamy and his emotional attachment to his best friend Sylvia.  Defunkt’s Executive Director Sarah Armitage directs this Olivier-award winning play which cuts back and forth between two eras to challenge notions of love, faithfulness, and the nature of liberation. 

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The Pride
Feb
17
7:30 PM19:30

The Pride

By Alexi Kaye Campbell

Three actors play two sets of characters with identical names living 60 years apart.  In the 1950s Oliver hires Sylvia to illustrate his newest children’s book and an attraction develops between Oliver and Sylvia’s deeply closeted husband Philip.  In the present day, Philip and Oliver are a couple on the rocks due to Oliver’s resistance to monogamy and his emotional attachment to his best friend Sylvia.  Defunkt’s Executive Director Sarah Armitage directs this Olivier-award winning play which cuts back and forth between two eras to challenge notions of love, faithfulness, and the nature of liberation. 

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The Pride
Feb
18
7:00 PM19:00

The Pride

By Alexi Kaye Campbell

Three actors play two sets of characters with identical names living 60 years apart.  In the 1950s Oliver hires Sylvia to illustrate his newest children’s book and an attraction develops between Oliver and Sylvia’s deeply closeted husband Philip.  In the present day, Philip and Oliver are a couple on the rocks due to Oliver’s resistance to monogamy and his emotional attachment to his best friend Sylvia.  Defunkt’s Executive Director Sarah Armitage directs this Olivier-award winning play which cuts back and forth between two eras to challenge notions of love, faithfulness, and the nature of liberation. 

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The Pride
Feb
22
7:00 PM19:00

The Pride

By Alexi Kaye Campbell

Three actors play two sets of characters with identical names living 60 years apart.  In the 1950s Oliver hires Sylvia to illustrate his newest children’s book and an attraction develops between Oliver and Sylvia’s deeply closeted husband Philip.  In the present day, Philip and Oliver are a couple on the rocks due to Oliver’s resistance to monogamy and his emotional attachment to his best friend Sylvia.  Defunkt’s Executive Director Sarah Armitage directs this Olivier-award winning play which cuts back and forth between two eras to challenge notions of love, faithfulness, and the nature of liberation. 

Doors open at 7:15; show start at 7:30

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The Pride
Feb
23
7:00 PM19:00

The Pride

By Alexi Kaye Campbell

Three actors play two sets of characters with identical names living 60 years apart.  In the 1950s Oliver hires Sylvia to illustrate his newest children’s book and an attraction develops between Oliver and Sylvia’s deeply closeted husband Philip.  In the present day, Philip and Oliver are a couple on the rocks due to Oliver’s resistance to monogamy and his emotional attachment to his best friend Sylvia.  Defunkt’s Executive Director Sarah Armitage directs this Olivier-award winning play which cuts back and forth between two eras to challenge notions of love, faithfulness, and the nature of liberation. 

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The Pride
Feb
24
7:00 PM19:00

The Pride

By Alexi Kaye Campbell

Three actors play two sets of characters with identical names living 60 years apart.  In the 1950s Oliver hires Sylvia to illustrate his newest children’s book and an attraction develops between Oliver and Sylvia’s deeply closeted husband Philip.  In the present day, Philip and Oliver are a couple on the rocks due to Oliver’s resistance to monogamy and his emotional attachment to his best friend Sylvia.  Defunkt’s Executive Director Sarah Armitage directs this Olivier-award winning play which cuts back and forth between two eras to challenge notions of love, faithfulness, and the nature of liberation. 

Doors open at 7:15; show start at 7:30

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The Pride
Feb
25
7:00 PM19:00

The Pride

By Alexi Kaye Campbell

Three actors play two sets of characters with identical names living 60 years apart.  In the 1950s Oliver hires Sylvia to illustrate his newest children’s book and an attraction develops between Oliver and Sylvia’s deeply closeted husband Philip.  In the present day, Philip and Oliver are a couple on the rocks due to Oliver’s resistance to monogamy and his emotional attachment to his best friend Sylvia.  Defunkt’s Executive Director Sarah Armitage directs this Olivier-award winning play which cuts back and forth between two eras to challenge notions of love, faithfulness, and the nature of liberation. 

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The Pride
Mar
1
7:00 PM19:00

The Pride

By Alexi Kaye Campbell

Three actors play two sets of characters with identical names living 60 years apart.  In the 1950s Oliver hires Sylvia to illustrate his newest children’s book and an attraction develops between Oliver and Sylvia’s deeply closeted husband Philip.  In the present day, Philip and Oliver are a couple on the rocks due to Oliver’s resistance to monogamy and his emotional attachment to his best friend Sylvia.  Defunkt’s Executive Director Sarah Armitage directs this Olivier-award winning play which cuts back and forth between two eras to challenge notions of love, faithfulness, and the nature of liberation. 

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The Pride
Mar
2
7:00 PM19:00

The Pride

By Alexi Kaye Campbell

Three actors play two sets of characters with identical names living 60 years apart.  In the 1950s Oliver hires Sylvia to illustrate his newest children’s book and an attraction develops between Oliver and Sylvia’s deeply closeted husband Philip.  In the present day, Philip and Oliver are a couple on the rocks due to Oliver’s resistance to monogamy and his emotional attachment to his best friend Sylvia.  Defunkt’s Executive Director Sarah Armitage directs this Olivier-award winning play which cuts back and forth between two eras to challenge notions of love, faithfulness, and the nature of liberation. 

Doors open at 7:15; show start at 7:30

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The Pride
Mar
3
7:00 PM19:00

The Pride

By Alexi Kaye Campbell

Three actors play two sets of characters with identical names living 60 years apart.  In the 1950s Oliver hires Sylvia to illustrate his newest children’s book and an attraction develops between Oliver and Sylvia’s deeply closeted husband Philip.  In the present day, Philip and Oliver are a couple on the rocks due to Oliver’s resistance to monogamy and his emotional attachment to his best friend Sylvia.  Defunkt’s Executive Director Sarah Armitage directs this Olivier-award winning play which cuts back and forth between two eras to challenge notions of love, faithfulness, and the nature of liberation. 

Doors open at 7:15; show start at 7:30

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The Pride
Mar
4
7:00 PM19:00

The Pride

By Alexi Kaye Campbell

Three actors play two sets of characters with identical names living 60 years apart.  In the 1950s Oliver hires Sylvia to illustrate his newest children’s book and an attraction develops between Oliver and Sylvia’s deeply closeted husband Philip.  In the present day, Philip and Oliver are a couple on the rocks due to Oliver’s resistance to monogamy and his emotional attachment to his best friend Sylvia.  Defunkt’s Executive Director Sarah Armitage directs this Olivier-award winning play which cuts back and forth between two eras to challenge notions of love, faithfulness, and the nature of liberation. 

Doors open at 7:15; show start at 7:30

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The Pride
Mar
8
7:00 PM19:00

The Pride

By Alexi Kaye Campbell

Three actors play two sets of characters with identical names living 60 years apart.  In the 1950s Oliver hires Sylvia to illustrate his newest children’s book and an attraction develops between Oliver and Sylvia’s deeply closeted husband Philip.  In the present day, Philip and Oliver are a couple on the rocks due to Oliver’s resistance to monogamy and his emotional attachment to his best friend Sylvia.  Defunkt’s Executive Director Sarah Armitage directs this Olivier-award winning play which cuts back and forth between two eras to challenge notions of love, faithfulness, and the nature of liberation. 

Doors open at 7:15; show start at 7:30

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The Pride
Mar
9
7:00 PM19:00

The Pride

By Alexi Kaye Campbell

Three actors play two sets of characters with identical names living 60 years apart.  In the 1950s Oliver hires Sylvia to illustrate his newest children’s book and an attraction develops between Oliver and Sylvia’s deeply closeted husband Philip.  In the present day, Philip and Oliver are a couple on the rocks due to Oliver’s resistance to monogamy and his emotional attachment to his best friend Sylvia.  Defunkt’s Executive Director Sarah Armitage directs this Olivier-award winning play which cuts back and forth between two eras to challenge notions of love, faithfulness, and the nature of liberation. 

Doors open at 7:15; show start at 7:30

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The Pride
Mar
10
7:00 PM19:00

The Pride

By Alexi Kaye Campbell

Three actors play two sets of characters with identical names living 60 years apart.  In the 1950s Oliver hires Sylvia to illustrate his newest children’s book and an attraction develops between Oliver and Sylvia’s deeply closeted husband Philip.  In the present day, Philip and Oliver are a couple on the rocks due to Oliver’s resistance to monogamy and his emotional attachment to his best friend Sylvia.  Defunkt’s Executive Director Sarah Armitage directs this Olivier-award winning play which cuts back and forth between two eras to challenge notions of love, faithfulness, and the nature of liberation. 

Doors open at 7:15; show start at 7:30

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The Pride
Mar
11
7:00 PM19:00

The Pride

By Alexi Kaye Campbell

Three actors play two sets of characters with identical names living 60 years apart.  In the 1950s Oliver hires Sylvia to illustrate his newest children’s book and an attraction develops between Oliver and Sylvia’s deeply closeted husband Philip.  In the present day, Philip and Oliver are a couple on the rocks due to Oliver’s resistance to monogamy and his emotional attachment to his best friend Sylvia.  Defunkt’s Executive Director Sarah Armitage directs this Olivier-award winning play which cuts back and forth between two eras to challenge notions of love, faithfulness, and the nature of liberation. 

Doors open at 7:15; show start at 7:30

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Insignificance - SOLD OUT
Nov
18
7:30 PM19:30

Insignificance - SOLD OUT

SOLD OUT

By Terry Johnson

Award winning playwright Terry Johnson imagines a 1950's hotel room in which The Scientist and The Actress (who look suspiciously like Albert Einstein and Marilyn Monroe) meet and discuss the universe, guilt, regret, America, and the meaning of life. They are interrupted by two Joes: The Senator and The Ballplayer (looking an awful lot like McCarthy and DiMaggio), who bring with them the menace and mayhem of the outside world. Co-Artistic Director Andrew Klaus-Vineyard follows last year’s celebrated production of HIR with this searing evening of theater that the London Independent says “transports us to the birth of celebrity culture” and “has a rare quality of timelessness about it" that has grown timelier with age.

Doors open at 7:15; show start at 7:30

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Insignificance
Nov
17
7:30 PM19:30

Insignificance

By Terry Johnson

Award winning playwright Terry Johnson imagines a 1950's hotel room in which The Scientist and The Actress (who look suspiciously like Albert Einstein and Marilyn Monroe) meet and discuss the universe, guilt, regret, America, and the meaning of life. They are interrupted by two Joes: The Senator and The Ballplayer (looking an awful lot like McCarthy and DiMaggio), who bring with them the menace and mayhem of the outside world. Co-Artistic Director Andrew Klaus-Vineyard follows last year’s celebrated production of HIR with this searing evening of theater that the London Independent says “transports us to the birth of celebrity culture” and “has a rare quality of timelessness about it" that has grown timelier with age.

Doors open at 7:15; show start at 7:30

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Insignificance - SOLD OUT!
Nov
16
7:30 PM19:30

Insignificance - SOLD OUT!

SOLD OUT

By Terry Johnson

Award winning playwright Terry Johnson imagines a 1950's hotel room in which The Scientist and The Actress (who look suspiciously like Albert Einstein and Marilyn Monroe) meet and discuss the universe, guilt, regret, America, and the meaning of life. They are interrupted by two Joes: The Senator and The Ballplayer (looking an awful lot like McCarthy and DiMaggio), who bring with them the menace and mayhem of the outside world. Co-Artistic Director Andrew Klaus-Vineyard follows last year’s celebrated production of HIR with this searing evening of theater that the London Independent says “transports us to the birth of celebrity culture” and “has a rare quality of timelessness about it" that has grown timelier with age.

Doors open at 7:15; show start at 7:30

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Suggested ticket price $20

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Insignificance
Nov
12
7:30 PM19:30

Insignificance

By Terry Johnson

Award winning playwright Terry Johnson imagines a 1950's hotel room in which The Scientist and The Actress (who look suspiciously like Albert Einstein and Marilyn Monroe) meet and discuss the universe, guilt, regret, America, and the meaning of life. They are interrupted by two Joes: The Senator and The Ballplayer (looking an awful lot like McCarthy and DiMaggio), who bring with them the menace and mayhem of the outside world. Co-Artistic Director Andrew Klaus-Vineyard follows last year’s celebrated production of HIR with this searing evening of theater that the London Independent says “transports us to the birth of celebrity culture” and “has a rare quality of timelessness about it" that has grown timelier with age.

Doors open at 7:15; show start at 7:30

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Insignificance - SOLD OUT
Nov
11
7:30 PM19:30

Insignificance - SOLD OUT

SOLD OUT

 

By Terry Johnson

Award winning playwright Terry Johnson imagines a 1950's hotel room in which The Scientist and The Actress (who look suspiciously like Albert Einstein and Marilyn Monroe) meet and discuss the universe, guilt, regret, America, and the meaning of life. They are interrupted by two Joes: The Senator and The Ballplayer (looking an awful lot like McCarthy and DiMaggio), who bring with them the menace and mayhem of the outside world. Co-Artistic Director Andrew Klaus-Vineyard follows last year’s celebrated production of HIR with this searing evening of theater that the London Independent says “transports us to the birth of celebrity culture” and “has a rare quality of timelessness about it" that has grown timelier with age.

Doors open at 7:15; show start at 7:30

Please enter through Common Grounds coffee shop.

Suggested ticket price $20

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Insignificance - SOLD OUT
Nov
10
7:30 PM19:30

Insignificance - SOLD OUT

 

By Terry Johnson

Award winning playwright Terry Johnson imagines a 1950's hotel room in which The Scientist and The Actress (who look suspiciously like Albert Einstein and Marilyn Monroe) meet and discuss the universe, guilt, regret, America, and the meaning of life. They are interrupted by two Joes: The Senator and The Ballplayer (looking an awful lot like McCarthy and DiMaggio), who bring with them the menace and mayhem of the outside world. Co-Artistic Director Andrew Klaus-Vineyard follows last year’s celebrated production of HIR with this searing evening of theater that the London Independent says “transports us to the birth of celebrity culture” and “has a rare quality of timelessness about it" that has grown timelier with age.

Doors open at 7:15; show start at 7:30

Please enter through Common Grounds coffee shop.

Suggested ticket price $20

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Insignificance
Nov
9
7:30 PM19:30

Insignificance

By Terry Johnson

Award winning playwright Terry Johnson imagines a 1950's hotel room in which The Scientist and The Actress (who look suspiciously like Albert Einstein and Marilyn Monroe) meet and discuss the universe, guilt, regret, America, and the meaning of life. They are interrupted by two Joes: The Senator and The Ballplayer (looking an awful lot like McCarthy and DiMaggio), who bring with them the menace and mayhem of the outside world. Co-Artistic Director Andrew Klaus-Vineyard follows last year’s celebrated production of HIR with this searing evening of theater that the London Independent says “transports us to the birth of celebrity culture” and “has a rare quality of timelessness about it" that has grown timelier with age.

Doors open at 7:15; show start at 7:30

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Insignificance
Nov
5
7:30 PM19:30

Insignificance

By Terry Johnson

Award winning playwright Terry Johnson imagines a 1950's hotel room in which The Scientist and The Actress (who look suspiciously like Albert Einstein and Marilyn Monroe) meet and discuss the universe, guilt, regret, America, and the meaning of life. They are interrupted by two Joes: The Senator and The Ballplayer (looking an awful lot like McCarthy and DiMaggio), who bring with them the menace and mayhem of the outside world. Co-Artistic Director Andrew Klaus-Vineyard follows last year’s celebrated production of HIR with this searing evening of theater that the London Independent says “transports us to the birth of celebrity culture” and “has a rare quality of timelessness about it" that has grown timelier with age.

Doors open at 7:15; show start at 7:30

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Insignificance
Nov
4
7:30 PM19:30

Insignificance

By Terry Johnson

Award winning playwright Terry Johnson imagines a 1950's hotel room in which The Scientist and The Actress (who look suspiciously like Albert Einstein and Marilyn Monroe) meet and discuss the universe, guilt, regret, America, and the meaning of life. They are interrupted by two Joes: The Senator and The Ballplayer (looking an awful lot like McCarthy and DiMaggio), who bring with them the menace and mayhem of the outside world. Co-Artistic Director Andrew Klaus-Vineyard follows last year’s celebrated production of HIR with this searing evening of theater that the London Independent says “transports us to the birth of celebrity culture” and “has a rare quality of timelessness about it" that has grown timelier with age.

Doors open at 7:15; show start at 7:30

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Insignificance
Nov
3
7:30 PM19:30

Insignificance

By Terry Johnson

Award winning playwright Terry Johnson imagines a 1950's hotel room in which The Scientist and The Actress (who look suspiciously like Albert Einstein and Marilyn Monroe) meet and discuss the universe, guilt, regret, America, and the meaning of life. They are interrupted by two Joes: The Senator and The Ballplayer (looking an awful lot like McCarthy and DiMaggio), who bring with them the menace and mayhem of the outside world. Co-Artistic Director Andrew Klaus-Vineyard follows last year’s celebrated production of HIR with this searing evening of theater that the London Independent says “transports us to the birth of celebrity culture” and “has a rare quality of timelessness about it" that has grown timelier with age.

Doors open at 7:15; show start at 7:30

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Insignificance
Nov
2
7:30 PM19:30

Insignificance

By Terry Johnson

Award winning playwright Terry Johnson imagines a 1950's hotel room in which The Scientist and The Actress (who look suspiciously like Albert Einstein and Marilyn Monroe) meet and discuss the universe, guilt, regret, America, and the meaning of life. They are interrupted by two Joes: The Senator and The Ballplayer (looking an awful lot like McCarthy and DiMaggio), who bring with them the menace and mayhem of the outside world. Co-Artistic Director Andrew Klaus-Vineyard follows last year’s celebrated production of HIR with this searing evening of theater that the London Independent says “transports us to the birth of celebrity culture” and “has a rare quality of timelessness about it" that has grown timelier with age.

Doors open at 7:15; show start at 7:30

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Insignificance
Oct
29
7:30 PM19:30

Insignificance

By Terry Johnson

Award winning playwright Terry Johnson imagines a 1950's hotel room in which The Scientist and The Actress (who look suspiciously like Albert Einstein and Marilyn Monroe) meet and discuss the universe, guilt, regret, America, and the meaning of life. They are interrupted by two Joes: The Senator and The Ballplayer (looking an awful lot like McCarthy and DiMaggio), who bring with them the menace and mayhem of the outside world. Co-Artistic Director Andrew Klaus-Vineyard follows last year’s celebrated production of HIR with this searing evening of theater that the London Independent says “transports us to the birth of celebrity culture” and “has a rare quality of timelessness about it" that has grown timelier with age.

Doors open at 7:15; show start at 7:30

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Insignificance
Oct
28
7:30 PM19:30

Insignificance

By Terry Johnson

Award winning playwright Terry Johnson imagines a 1950's hotel room in which The Scientist and The Actress (who look suspiciously like Albert Einstein and Marilyn Monroe) meet and discuss the universe, guilt, regret, America, and the meaning of life. They are interrupted by two Joes: The Senator and The Ballplayer (looking an awful lot like McCarthy and DiMaggio), who bring with them the menace and mayhem of the outside world. Co-Artistic Director Andrew Klaus-Vineyard follows last year’s celebrated production of HIR with this searing evening of theater that the London Independent says “transports us to the birth of celebrity culture” and “has a rare quality of timelessness about it" that has grown timelier with age.

Doors open at 7:15; show start at 7:30

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Insignificance
Oct
27
7:30 PM19:30

Insignificance

By Terry Johnson

Award winning playwright Terry Johnson imagines a 1950's hotel room in which The Scientist and The Actress (who look suspiciously like Albert Einstein and Marilyn Monroe) meet and discuss the universe, guilt, regret, America, and the meaning of life. They are interrupted by two Joes: The Senator and The Ballplayer (looking an awful lot like McCarthy and DiMaggio), who bring with them the menace and mayhem of the outside world. Co-Artistic Director Andrew Klaus-Vineyard follows last year’s celebrated production of HIR with this searing evening of theater that the London Independent says “transports us to the birth of celebrity culture” and “has a rare quality of timelessness about it" that has grown timelier with age.

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Insignificance
Oct
26
7:30 PM19:30

Insignificance

By Terry Johnson

Award winning playwright Terry Johnson imagines a 1950's hotel room in which The Scientist and The Actress (who look suspiciously like Albert Einstein and Marilyn Monroe) meet and discuss the universe, guilt, regret, America, and the meaning of life. They are interrupted by two Joes: The Senator and The Ballplayer (looking an awful lot like McCarthy and DiMaggio), who bring with them the menace and mayhem of the outside world. Co-Artistic Director Andrew Klaus-Vineyard follows last year’s celebrated production of HIR with this searing evening of theater that the London Independent says “transports us to the birth of celebrity culture” and “has a rare quality of timelessness about it" that has grown timelier with age.

Doors open at 7:15; show start at 7:30

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Insignificance
Oct
22
7:30 PM19:30

Insignificance

By Terry Johnson

Award winning playwright Terry Johnson imagines a 1950's hotel room in which The Scientist and The Actress (who look suspiciously like Albert Einstein and Marilyn Monroe) meet and discuss the universe, guilt, regret, America, and the meaning of life. They are interrupted by two Joes: The Senator and The Ballplayer (looking an awful lot like McCarthy and DiMaggio), who bring with them the menace and mayhem of the outside world. Co-Artistic Director Andrew Klaus-Vineyard follows last year’s celebrated production of HIR with this searing evening of theater that the London Independent says “transports us to the birth of celebrity culture” and “has a rare quality of timelessness about it" that has grown timelier with age.

Doors open at 7:15; show start at 7:30

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Insignificance
Oct
21
7:30 PM19:30

Insignificance

By Terry Johnson

Award winning playwright Terry Johnson imagines a 1950's hotel room in which The Scientist and The Actress (who look suspiciously like Albert Einstein and Marilyn Monroe) meet and discuss the universe, guilt, regret, America, and the meaning of life. They are interrupted by two Joes: The Senator and The Ballplayer (looking an awful lot like McCarthy and DiMaggio), who bring with them the menace and mayhem of the outside world. Co-Artistic Director Andrew Klaus-Vineyard follows last year’s celebrated production of HIR with this searing evening of theater that the London Independent says “transports us to the birth of celebrity culture” and “has a rare quality of timelessness about it" that has grown timelier with age.

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Insignificance
Oct
20
7:30 PM19:30

Insignificance

By Terry Johnson

Award winning playwright Terry Johnson imagines a 1950's hotel room in which The Scientist and The Actress (who look suspiciously like Albert Einstein and Marilyn Monroe) meet and discuss the universe, guilt, regret, America, and the meaning of life. They are interrupted by two Joes: The Senator and The Ballplayer (looking an awful lot like McCarthy and DiMaggio), who bring with them the menace and mayhem of the outside world. Co-Artistic Director Andrew Klaus-Vineyard follows last year’s celebrated production of HIR with this searing evening of theater that the London Independent says “transports us to the birth of celebrity culture” and “has a rare quality of timelessness about it" that has grown timelier with age.

Doors open at 7:15; show start at 7:30

Please enter through Common Grounds coffee shop.

Suggested ticket price $20

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Insignificance
Oct
19
7:30 PM19:30

Insignificance

By Terry Johnson

Award winning playwright Terry Johnson imagines a 1950's hotel room in which The Scientist and The Actress (who look suspiciously like Albert Einstein and Marilyn Monroe) meet and discuss the universe, guilt, regret, America, and the meaning of life. They are interrupted by two Joes: The Senator and The Ballplayer (looking an awful lot like McCarthy and DiMaggio), who bring with them the menace and mayhem of the outside world. Co-Artistic Director Andrew Klaus-Vineyard follows last year’s celebrated production of HIR with this searing evening of theater that the London Independent says “transports us to the birth of celebrity culture” and “has a rare quality of timelessness about it" that has grown timelier with age.

Doors open at 7:15; show start at 7:30

Please enter through Common Grounds coffee shop.

Suggested ticket price $20

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Insignificance
Oct
14
7:30 PM19:30

Insignificance

By Terry Johnson

Award winning playwright Terry Johnson imagines a 1950's hotel room in which The Scientist and The Actress (who look suspiciously like Albert Einstein and Marilyn Monroe) meet and discuss the universe, guilt, regret, America, and the meaning of life. They are interrupted by two Joes: The Senator and The Ballplayer (looking an awful lot like McCarthy and DiMaggio), who bring with them the menace and mayhem of the outside world. Co-Artistic Director Andrew Klaus-Vineyard follows last year’s celebrated production of HIR with this searing evening of theater that the London Independent says “transports us to the birth of celebrity culture” and “has a rare quality of timelessness about it" that has grown timelier with age.

Doors open at 7:15; show start at 7:30

Please enter through Common Grounds coffee shop.

Suggested ticket price $20

Reserve your Seats!
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Insignificance
Oct
13
7:30 PM19:30

Insignificance

SOLD OUT!

By Terry Johnson

Award winning playwright Terry Johnson imagines a 1950's hotel room in which The Scientist and The Actress (who look suspiciously like Albert Einstein and Marilyn Monroe) meet and discuss the universe, guilt, regret, America, and the meaning of life. They are interrupted by two Joes: The Senator and The Ballplayer (looking an awful lot like McCarthy and DiMaggio), who bring with them the menace and mayhem of the outside world. Co-Artistic Director Andrew Klaus-Vineyard follows last year’s celebrated production of HIR with this searing evening of theater that the London Independent says “transports us to the birth of celebrity culture” and “has a rare quality of timelessness about it" that has grown timelier with age.

Doors open at 7:15; show start at 7:30

Please enter through Common Grounds coffee shop.

Suggested ticket price $20

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