Sam Shepard and Patti Smith's Cowboy Mouth
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The last date listed for Cowboy Mouth was Sunday July 14, 2013 / 7:30pm.
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In comparison to Shakespeare's Richard III, the Joker is a joke, Hannibal Lecter's a peckish vegan and Patrick Bateman is just another investment banker with questionable taste in music. In the whole of English literature, there is no character as cruel -- or as compelling -- as the hunchbacked, perpetually scheming Duke of Gloucester. Desperate to clutch the crown of England (no matter how bloodstained his hands become), Richard is the black heart of a thrilling drama filled with intrigue, sword fights, murder and ghosts. Now this stark and powerful morality tale receives an intimate staging by The Empty Theatre, continuing its commitment to supporting theater artists at the start of their professional careers. Learn More
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Great venue. Performance conveyed a hint of what their relationship must have been like and maybe the times. It's unique with fun musical performances that may or may not emulate those of Patti Smith at the time (never actually heard her group perform). Overall, something different if you're in the neighborhood.
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Thought it was good. Staging was kind of creative. I liked the simple effects around the entrance of the Lobster Man. All acted well-enough. At first was disappointed at choice of female playing Patti Smith's character. But her acting redeemed her...continued
This play contains strong language and is not for all ages.