The Shape of Things: Neil LaBute's Incisive Play at The Factory Theatre
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Lebensraum is a great example of the power of innovative theater to open our eyes and make us think. Using a cast of just three actors to play 40 very different characters, this bold work is based on the fanciful, explosive idea that a German Chancellor might, as an act of redemption, invite six million Jews to Germany and promise them citizenship and jobs. What happens next is a shocking examination of the effects of the policy on Jews and Gentiles, who have very different views of life and very different reactions to the program. Learn More
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Adam is nothing special, simply drifting through life—until he meets Evelyn, a charismatic student of art who knows exactly who she is, and what she wants. Through Adam and Evelyn’s relationship, Tony-nominated playwright Neil LaBute examines issues of identity, romance, and art, posing the question: How far would you go for the one you love?