The Whipping Man: South Bay Premiere of Charged Civil War Drama
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The last date listed for The Whipping Man was Thursday February 20, 2014 / 8:00pm.
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Robert A.Red Velvet
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WOW! I wish there were more stars that I could have given "The Whipping Man". This play was outstanding and riveting. I had a friend cancel out on me at the last minute but I decided to go by myself and I thank God that I did. The 3 actors were outstanding. In fact I made it a point of waiting around until after most of the patrons left the theater and finally the actors came out. I had to thank them for their outstanding and moving performances and their great professionalism. I was so taken by their performances. This play and these actors made the audience feel a gamut of strong emotions in telling their compelling story. This is the first time that I have been to the Historic Hoover Theater and after The Whipping Man I will definitely return again and again. The powerful performance of these actors actually made me cry and I had to let them know of their success. I highly recommend this play to anyone wishing a great night of outstanding theater and of really feeling alive. Go see it.
This show is rated “13+” — recommended for those age 13 or older.
_The Whipping Man _contains themes for more mature audiences. It may contain some profanity, violence or brief nudity, but these elements should not be too intense for most audiences. That being said, some material may not be appropriate for everyone.
About the Ticket Supplier: Renegade Theatre Experiment
Renegade Theatre Experiment unites a group of artists with a shared desire to express their identities through a variety of performance techniques. As a collective, Renegade thrives on the initiative of its members in finding and creating bold works of art which speak loudly to the Renegade community and the Bay Area. RTE performs works of intellect and catharsis which stimulate the mind and the heart, the body and the soul. Drama, music, dance, and improvisation provide opportunities to share the experience of being human: to think, to cry, to rage, to laugh, to love, to wonder.