Harold Pinter's No Man's Land, a Haunting Comedy Drama
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The last date listed for No Man's Land was Saturday May 25, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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A satirical look at the scandalous world of young celebrityhood, acclaimed playwright Douglas Carter Beane's comedy playfully exposes the challenges of being gay in Hollywood, as a rising movie star gets pulled in all directions by his spin-doctor agent, the sexy "rent-boy" who's caught his eye and the rent-boy's naïve and needy girlfriend -- not to mention the photographers who track their every move. In its off-Broadway run, this risqué romp was nominated for a GLAAD Media Award and after moving to Broadway, it earned a Tony nomination for Best Play. Learn More
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Three generations of WSC Avant Bard Artistic Directors converge for this Harold Pinter favorite, an acting vehicle of stunning depth and resonance. No Man’s Land features a fallen poet and his drunken dispute with a mysterious stranger over success, adventures and romantic conquests. WSC Artistic Director Emeritus Christopher Henley teams up with his predecessor, Brian Hemmingsen, to star in this play of wit, deceit, and the battle between memory and imagination. The production will be staged by new Artistic Director Tom Prewitt, who helmed Six Characters in Search of an Author earlier this season.
About the Ticket Supplier: WSC Avant BardFounded in 1990 as Washington Shakespeare Company, WSC Avant Bard is a performing arts organization dedicated primarily to producing classic works--both time-tested and contemporary classics; emphasizing a provocative, bold approach in an intimate setting; and training and showcasing the best emerging talent in the region, mentored by seasoned, professional theatre artists.
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