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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The latest edition of Pegasus Players' playwriting competition for high-school-age scribes in Chicago -- returning for its 27th straight year -- features three exciting new short works, hand-picked and showcased in a full production as part of Pegasus' main stage season. The oldest such festival in the country, this annual tradition regularly receives over 600 submissions from students throughout the area. From those, the winning playwrights are chosen to join with professional artists to workshop and stage their scripts. Come witness the amazing results and enjoy an evening of theater from tomorrow's theater stars. Please see the full event description for a list of plays performed at this year's festival. Learn More
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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.
This show is not recommended for those age 11 or younger.
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