Noah Haidle's Vigils: A Tale of Love and Loss
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The last date listed for Vigils was Friday July 12, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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"Hell is other people," Jean-Paul Sartre observes in his most famous work, the landmark existential drama No Exit. Three damned souls are brought to the same room in hell by a mysterious valet. They expect medieval torture devices to punish them for eternity, but as time goes by, they eventually realize that the punishment is going to be far more prosaic, and far more cruel and unusual. Here their darkest secrets will be revealed and their souls laid bare. Learn More
Writer: Noah Haidle
Director: Olivia Trevino
Two years ago, a woman’s husband died trying to save a baby from a burning building. Now, she keeps his soul in a box, taking it out occasionally. As a friend of her former husband asks her out on a long-anticipated date, she is faced with the decision to finally let her husband go. With a fresh, new voice, Haidle crafts crisp and witty dialogue that is at once real, relatable, and honest; his brilliant and brawny vision of what could be belies the age of this young, 20-something playwright.
Featuring: Brian Canup Meghan Carly Dillon Luis Castilleja Steven Meeks DJ Price
About the Ticket Supplier: Long Beach Playhouse
Seventy-five continuous years of quality live theatrical entertainment have established the Long Beach Playhouse as a landmark in the City of Long Beach. The Playhouse produces 16 shows annually with a new play or musical every three weeks on the the Mainstage or upstairs in the Studio Theatre. Long Beach’s flagship professional theatre cuts across age, gender, ethnic, and cultural boundaries while being entirely self-supporting through ticket sales and membership support.