Eve Ensler's Latest, The Treatment, Explores War & Redemption
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All offers for The Treatment have expired.
The last date listed for The Treatment was Sunday April 29, 2007 / 8:00pm.
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The timeless battle between Lucifer's forces of evil and Michael the Archangel's champions of goodness is brought to thrilling life in the holiday musical La Pastorela del Cielo, San Diego's longest-running professional theater production. Now celebrating its 23rd season, this beloved Mexican-inspired holiday show is a contemporary twist on the traditional story of the shepherds' journey to Bethlehem to witness the first Christmas. An epic morality play full of ethical choices and introspection, it's presented with levity, music, beautiful costumes and dialogue written entirely in verse, much like a yuletide Dr. Seuss story. This bilingual show is performed primarily in English, with additional Christmas carols sung in Spanish. Learn More
Quotes & Highlights
- "A gripping and provocative two-character play...a must see." --Broadway World
- "...haunting..." --Associated Press
In the West Coast Premiere of Eve Ensler’s The Treatment, the Obie Award-winning playwright of the international phenomenon The Vagina Monologues will leave thatregoers breathless. In the treatment room, as in war, new rules must sometimes be invented to get to the truth.
Delicia Turner Sonnenberg, recent recipient of the Des McAnuff New Visions Award, directs this two-person cast of Matt Scott (seen with MOXIE in Dog Act and Kimberly Akimbo) and Jennifer Eve Thorn, Associate Artistic Director/Marketing Director for MOXIE Theatre.
The Treatment was first presented as the opening event of the Culture Project’s Impact Festival 2006. It previewed on August 29, opened September 12 and closed October 26, 2006 in New York City. It starred Dylan McDermott and Portia and was directed by Leigh Silverman.
About the Ticket Supplier: MOXIE Theatre
The goal of MOXIE Theatre is to create a place where the audience can count on to be inspired, encouraged, challenged and excited. The Mission of MOXIE Theatre is expand the idea of what is feminine by using the intimate art of theatre to explore and celebrate the complexity of all human relationships. They are committed to producing smart, sexy and surprising plays, primarily those written by women that examine strong female themes and create more diverse and honest female images for our culture.