A Day for Grace: A Musical About First-Time Fatherhood
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The last date listed for A Day for Grace was Sunday September 22, 2013 / 7:30pm.
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This hour-long work-in-progress from the riveting performer Dikran Tulaine (G.I. Joe: Retaliation) examines one of Shakespeare's most controversial plays through the lens of a major modern-day trial and subsequent media frenzy. Scholars through the centuries have fiercely debated Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice over its anti-Semitic portrayal of the villainous Shylock and over the sexual preference of Antonio, who is willing trade a pound of his own flesh to the merchant to save his friend Bassanio. As the deal for Antonio's flesh unfolds in Antonio & Shylock: Monsters and the trial ensues, videographers greedily capture the action over two live feeds, zooming in on the drama's implicit anti-gay and anti-Jewish bigotry and proving the timeless relevancy of this centuries-old tale with crackling urgency. Learn More
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“Doug Vincent tackles the themes of fatherhood and what it means to be a good man through the lens of a son as well as a first time father himself. Vincent’s storytelling is rooted in raw truth and tenderness as he guides his audience through his own personal journey exploring the deep and sometimes fragile bonds of family and self. Vincent is an actor’s actor – exploring his characters with depth and delivering them to his audience unvarnished, flawed, and simply human. He is a master of developing full and complex characters.”—Ann-marie Houghtailing, (Renegade Princess)
Proceeds for the show will be donated to Boulder StoryHealers, the Junior Seau Foundation and the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention