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April 17–23, 2017

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My Arm

Tuesday, April 18, 2017
8:00pm

Endlessly curious about the possibilities of stage and audience, Tim Crouch is one of the most influential experimental playwrights now working in the English language. 2005’s My Arm is an elegantly simple work that almost magically confirms Crouch’s insistence that the most interesting effects of theatre occur in the minds of the audience.

My Arm

Wednesday, April 19, 2017
8:00pm

Endlessly curious about the possibilities of stage and audience, Tim Crouch is one of the most influential experimental playwrights now working in the English language. 2005’s My Arm is an elegantly simple work that almost magically confirms Crouch’s insistence that the most interesting effects of theatre occur in the minds of the audience.

Mies Julie

Wednesday, April 19, 2017
8:00pm

Mies Julie is South African theatre-maker Yael Farber’s unforgettable representation of the echoes of injustice in a post-traumatic society. Farber is one of the major voices of contemporary South Africa, and in her incisive vision, August Strindberg’s classic story of class and gender in conflict comes to startling new life.

Mies Julie

Thursday, April 20, 2017
8:00pm

Mies Julie is South African theatre-maker Yael Farber’s unforgettable representation of the echoes of injustice in a post-traumatic society. Farber is one of the major voices of contemporary South Africa, and in her incisive vision, August Strindberg’s classic story of class and gender in conflict comes to startling new life.

My Arm

Friday, April 21, 2017
8:00pm

Endlessly curious about the possibilities of stage and audience, Tim Crouch is one of the most influential experimental playwrights now working in the English language. 2005’s My Arm is an elegantly simple work that almost magically confirms Crouch’s insistence that the most interesting effects of theatre occur in the minds of the audience.

Mies Julie

Friday, April 21, 2017
8:00pm

Mies Julie is South African theatre-maker Yael Farber’s unforgettable representation of the echoes of injustice in a post-traumatic society. Farber is one of the major voices of contemporary South Africa, and in her incisive vision, August Strindberg’s classic story of class and gender in conflict comes to startling new life.

Mies Julie

Saturday, April 22, 2017
2:00pm

Mies Julie is South African theatre-maker Yael Farber’s unforgettable representation of the echoes of injustice in a post-traumatic society. Farber is one of the major voices of contemporary South Africa, and in her incisive vision, August Strindberg’s classic story of class and gender in conflict comes to startling new life.

My Arm

Saturday, April 22, 2017
4:00pm

Endlessly curious about the possibilities of stage and audience, Tim Crouch is one of the most influential experimental playwrights now working in the English language. 2005’s My Arm is an elegantly simple work that almost magically confirms Crouch’s insistence that the most interesting effects of theatre occur in the minds of the audience.

Mies Julie

Saturday, April 22, 2017
8:00pm

Mies Julie is South African theatre-maker Yael Farber’s unforgettable representation of the echoes of injustice in a post-traumatic society. Farber is one of the major voices of contemporary South Africa, and in her incisive vision, August Strindberg’s classic story of class and gender in conflict comes to startling new life.

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