Escaped Slaves Defend Their Town: the road weeps, the well runs dry by Marcus Gardley
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The last date listed for the road weeps, the well runs dry was Sunday November 17, 2013 / 3:00pm.
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In a play that could only be set in L.A., with a plot that feels ripped out of recent Hollywood headlines, Kim and Mark meet as the result of an ill-fated collision on the freeway (of course). A string of sex, excess, love triangles and Zankou Chicken soon follows in Alice Tuan's Hit. It's a psychosexual romp, originally commissioned by the Public Theater, from the CalArts educator and playwright behind Ajax (por nobody), Last of the Suns and Coastline. Learn More
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Quaint spot. Confusing entry, with two other events happening at the same time. One private event prevented us seeing the art gallery prior to the show, but we could at intermission.. Steep steps.
The show? Great plot, enacted well.
Quotes & Highlights
“Designer Frederica Nascimento’s bleak but striking set and Bruno Louchouarn’s haunting music and sound frame the spectacle. Shirley Jo Finney’s direction displays her accomplished hand.” -LA Weekly of the Week)
“The actors are unparalleled in their performance, and the studied and deliberate direction by Shirley Jo Finney brings out the most of the ensemble … a fascinating piece of history, wrapped in a richly imagined tale made more compelling by the excellence of the production and the commitment of the company.” -"reviewplays.com ":https://www.goldstar.com/admin/legacy/helpdesk/read.pl?id=3591461
Running time is two hours, with one 15 minute intermission.