The Clockmaker: The Hub Theatre Presents D.C. Area Premiere of Massicotte's Romantic Mystery
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Hailed as a modern masterpiece, Tim Rice & Andrew Lloyd Webber's Tony Award-winning musical Evita is now back in the nation's capital with a new Broadway touring production. Following the unforgettable true story of former Argentine first lady Eva Perón, Evita showcases its namesake lead's meteoric rise from the slums to the presidential mansion, where she became a champion of the poor and one of the most powerful women in the modern world. Caroline Bowman (Kinky Boots, Wicked, Spamalot) plays Eva, whose greed, outsized ambition and fragile health also made her story a tragic one. Featuring songs like "Don't Cry For Me Argentina" and "High Flying, Adored," this Evita production is directed by Michael Grandage (Red) and choreographed by Rob Ashford (Thoroughly Modern Millie), both Tony-winning artists. Learn More
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I absolutely loved this performance! Riveting and engaging – the story was provocative and extremely well-acted. This represents the best what small theater should be! I very recently relocated here from SF, and this performance rivals the caliber...continued
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“Although _The Clockmaker _ is an intelligent play, making it work requires a careful attention to the tone of the piece. Director Kirsten Kelly adroitly maintains the mood, balancing the off-kilter elements with a grounding sense of realism. She also draws perfectly pitched performances from the small cast… _The Clockmaker _will stand the test of time and will be long remembered by audiences lucky enough to catch The Hub Theatre’s production.” —DC Theatre Scene
“Who are you?” Monsieur Pierre (the immigration official) poses his usual question, but Heinrich’s unusual answer sets in motion a metaphysical roller-coaster. Why would a simple statement of name and profession bring so much attention to an unassuming clockmaker? Maybe because those are two more things than anyone else in this place remembers?
Soon, Heinrich reminds his new friend Frieda of memories she’s forgotten, and even summons up a few of his own—memories of forbidden love and crimes he may or may not have committed. Is it possible to be guilty of being about to commit a crime, as Monsieur Pierre suspects? And why wouldn’t one recall something so significant as premeditated murder? Armed with a newfound-yet-familiar love for each other, Heinrich and Frieda set about solving this Kafkaesque puzzle.
The Clockmaker may seem like little more than a love story set inside a murder-mystery-to-be, but it just might end up exposing the very truth of existence itself.
The Hub Theatre production cast includes Tom Story, Matt Bassett, Helen Paumi and Andrés Talero.