GAM3RS: The Play at Gam3rCon
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The last date listed for GAM3RS: the Play at Gam3rCon was Sunday July 25, 2010 / 9:00pm.
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Winner of the Pulitzer Prize, The Gin Game is an intimate and poignant drama about Fonsia, a woman in her twilight years who enters a "home for the aged" and is for a while saved from melancholy by the crusty charm of Weller. Over a series of gin games the two seemingly become close companions, revealing much about their regret-filled lives -- until Weller's pent-up rage and Fonsia's subtle needling build to a confrontation. A long-running Broadway hit, The Gin Game has subsequently toured the world and been adapted for television twice, most recently with Dick Van Dyke and Mary Tyler Moore. Learn More
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Poster is misleading as it is the image and not reality of the character. I bought my ticket expecting to see the person in the poster. Story is of one guy interacting with others the audience can't see. Heavy gaming and tech references.
Quotes & Highlights
- Come early or plan on staying late to experience Gam3rCon – a free-to-public event where you can meet gaming celebrities, demo new video games, play a brand new zombie role-playing game, chill on the beautiful rooftop patio, and be merry.
GAM3RS: The Play at San Diego’s first annual Gam3rCon
The hit one-man show by Brian Bielawski and Walter G. Meyer that made audiences LOL last month at Ion will be taking San Diego by storm in July at the 10th Ave Theatre. This is something you don't want to miss! NYTheatre.com called it "Made of awesome...this pitch-perfect comedic performance captures the essence of computer-gaming geeks around the globe." Pat Launer of the San Diego News Network says "Dude! You can’t not like this show. It’s fast (one hour) and fast-paced. It’s funny (even for Muggles). And it either introduces you to a new world, or shows you how bizarre, outrageous and adolescent the one(s) you’re in look from the outside."