The Last Cyclist: Daring Satire Written During the Holocaust
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The last date listed for The Last Cyclist was Sunday September 1, 2013 / 2:00pm.
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For many soldiers, it is after the shooting stops that the real battle begins. In Down Range, the raw and touching new play by Jeffrey Skinner (Dream On), two veterans return home after their convoy is hit by an IED in Iraq. Torn between family and the call of duty, the men face a new kind of fight -- one against betrayal, fear, infidelity and loneliness. A poetic portrait of two couples as well as an incisive commentary on current events, Down Range is not simply a "realist" drama, but a play charged with a rare authenticity, filled with the surprising and bitter stuff of real life. Kay Martinovich directs at the National Pastime Theater. Learn More
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Featured review from Goldstar MemberRed Velvet
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This was an excellent play, dealing extremely well with a highly emotional and tough topic of the Holocaust in a novel and original way. Outstanding staging and acting. The audience is seamlessly immersed in the events of the play, riding the rollercoaster of emotions, from sad to funny to absurd and to sad again. Thank you for reviving the play written under such inhumane and heroic circumstances.
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This production is very unusual in that allows the audience to sit wherever they like. That takes a moment of getting used to, but the rewards are pretty amazing! I felt very involved -- some of the acting btw was truly riveting -- and it allowed...continued
This show is not recommended for those age 11 or younger.