West Coast Premiere of A Picasso at the Geffen Playhouse
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Tarell Alvin McCraney's latest acclaimed play tracks the coming-of-age of a group of talented young African-American prep-school singers whose choral prowess is woven seamlessly into the story. Pharus, the undisputed superstar of the choir, is searching for the courage to let his true self shine through, in this work by MacArthur Fellowship-winner McCraney (The Brother/Sister Plays), who's been called "without question, the hottest young playwright in America" (Chicago Tribune). The West Coast premiere reunites director Trip Cullman, star Jeremy Pope and several other cast members from its 2013 New York run. Learn More
Just a word of warning- avoid parking at the Target parking lot. Save yourself a lot of hassle and pay the $7.00 to park in the Geffen parking lot. I parked at the Target lot to save $2.00. Ugh! They have Gestapo parking lot attendents.Dixie's Tupperware Party info • Sep 01 2014 star this tip starred
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“We have met Pablo Picasso, protean artistic genius. We are familiar with Pablo Picasso, voracious devourer and discarder of women. Now please welcome Pablo Picasso, quipmeister par excellence. " —Charles Isherwood, New York Times
“One of the pleasures of A Picasso is that, as always, Hatcher is a master of clever dialogue.” —Jackie Demaline, The Cincinnati Enquirer
Written by Jeffrey Hatcher
Directed by Gilbert Cates
Starring Roma Downey and Peter Michael Goetz
Set in 1941, during the German occupation of Paris, Picasso is secreted to a dusty underground vault where he encounters a beautiful young Gestapo art critic-turned -interrogator. The sexy inquisitor’s job is to get Picasso to authenticate three of his paintings amidst the vault full of artwork confiscated by the Nazis so that it can be publicly burned. It’s Picasso under pressure. Who will win this cat-and-mouse game?