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4.4 average rating
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15 reviews
2 stars
attended Aug 24 2013

The actors were amazing, truly enjoyable. The storyline left one feeling like perhaps there's some kind of mystery about our own lives. Just a perfect experience

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12 reviews
4 stars
attended Aug 16 2013

This is a fascinating piece and beautifully done - GO SEE IT.

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5 reviews
4 stars
attended Aug 18 2013

Very well done and thought provoking.

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Flat Earth Theatre ventures into the final frontier this August with Rocket Man, Steven Dietz’s creative and probing account of self discovery. Tracking the lives of its characters across parallel universes, Rocket Man addresses themes of fate, family, and the ability to communicate with the ones we love. 

As Donny Rowan waits patiently for the traffic lights to change, the rest of the world has passed him by; his exwife has moved on, his teenage daughter is slipping away, and even his closest friends can’t seem to connect with him. Fed up with the seeming futility of life in this universe, Donny sets his sights on another: a parallel dimension where the standard laws of time and space no longer apply. So he puts his life up for sale on the front lawn, and scans the heavens from an EZ Boy recliner in the attic, preparing for a journey that will take him beyond the limits of this mundane reality. 

While the mirror universe plays an essential role in addressing Donny’s regrets, it may not be all it’s cracked up to be. As his friend Louise puts it: “You think in a parallel world everything is perfect? You think it all works out?” The flow of time may run contrary to our reality, but its people encounter the same problems and embody the same flaws. Director Lindsay Eagle, past Artistic Director of the critically acclaimed Independent Drama Society, strengthens the connections between seemingly opposite selves by examining the implications of this alternate reality and what it means to be a version of oneself. 

About the Ticket Supplier: Flat Earth Theatre, Inc.

Flat Earth Theatre is a collaborative of artists actively developing an egalitarian theatre company. Engaging both artist and audience, we create an ever-evolving theatre experience that is both accessible and distinct.