Halloween Drive-In Triple Feature: 3 One-Acts Parodying B-Movies
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Art, by provocative playwright Yasmina Reza (God of Carnage), focuses on three men whose 15-year friendship is tested when one of them buys an expensive modern painting that appears to be just a completely white canvas. They each have different reactions to the piece and differing opinions on art. As the argument moves from aesthetics to something deeper, this witty and insightful comedy explores the extent to which our identities are shaped by our social circle, and reveals how deep friendships can be shaken up by the most unexpected events. Art picked up a Tony Award for Best Play in 1998. Learn More
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There were three one act comedies and they were all based on films. The zombie play was hysterical, and so was the rise and fall of the B Movie scream queen... oh and it was really cool, cause the actors were the same in each play. Definitely worth the price.
And Point of Fact, I read Mr. G's review, um, the Virgin Dictator (the last play), that he claims was being offensive to Jews, was in fact written by a Jew, Etai Grunfield... it was hysterical...
Surviving the Undead (Or How I Found Love During the Zombie Apocalypse) directed by Shannon L. Dearing
The Unlikely Rise & Inevitable Fall of a B-Movie Scream Queen written and directed by Obed Medina
The Virgin Dictator: A Love Story Starring Kim Jong Il written by Itai Grunfeld and directed by Obed Medina