California Theatre Center Presents Dramatic Play A Walk in the Woods
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The last date listed for A Walk in the Woods was Thursday June 24, 2004 / 8:00pm.
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Bay Area club favorite Kabir "Kabeezy" Singh and Samson Koletkar, who bills himself as "the world's only Indian Jewish stand-up comedian," lead this impressive lineup of almost a dozen comics with South Asian and Indian heritage. They'll skewer American culture, along with their own, in this all-inclusive night of laughter. This talented group also includes Abhay Nadkarni (SLO, Burbank and Ventura Comedy Festivals), Dhaya Lakshminarayanan (Comedy Central Hong Kong), Imran G (Walk The Plank competition winner), Shanti Charan (SF Weekly's Best Stand-Up on the Way Up) and more. Learn More
Quotes & Highlights
“A marvelous piece of theatre as well as a great treatise on the nature of mankind which should take its place as a classic of dramatic literature.” Drama-Logue
“A work of passion and power.” Time Magazine
Set in a “pleasant woods on the outskirts of Geneva,” A Walk in the Woods by Lee Blessing begins as a Russian diplomat and his American counterpart meet informally after long, frustrating hours at the bargaining table.
As the seasons change and their talks continue, we begin to see an understanding develop between these two very different men—one seasoned, cynical and urbane, the other fervently idealistic about what can be achieved through perseverance and honest bargaining.Drama-Logue
calls it “a marvelous piece of theatre as well as a great treatise on the nature of mankind which should take its place as a classic of dramatic literature.” This long-running Broadway success, which Time Magazine called “a work of passion and power,” is intelligent, gripping and unexpectedly humorous.
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California Theatre Center was founded in 1976 with the purposes of creating quality theatrical experiences for youth and families; instilling an early appreciation of literature and the fine arts in tomorrow’s artists and citizens; and providing outstanding educational opportunities and training in the theatre arts.