Art, Politics, Sex and Truth in A Picasso
Promenade Playhouse, at Santa Monica Blvd (1404 Third Street Promenade Santa Monica, CA 90401)
In this cat-and-mouse dramatic thriller by Jeffrey Hatcher, three of Picasso's paintings have been stolen from their Jewish owners by Nazis. Considered to be the works of a degenerate (the artist's contempt for fascists and the German occupation of Paris was well-known), the Nazi Ministry of Propaganda assigns a shrewd interrogator with the task of tricking Picasso himself into confirming the paintings' authenticity in order that they might be destroyed. When Picasso finds out that the "exhibition" to which he's been invited is actually to be a burning, it will take all of his talent to prevent the destruction of his work.
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The last date listed for A Picasso was Saturday February 15, 2014 / 8:00pm.
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This performance includes some onstage cigarette smoking.