Truth & Responsibility Collide in Empty Threats
Empty Threats begins with a familiar premise: Victor, a college professor, prepares to leave his office at the end of a long day. Soon the play's author, a "real person," barges in and stages an interrogation, forcing Victor to defend his fictional existence. Mary Shelley's Frankenstein and David Mamet's Oleanna serve as springboards for this complex, comedic and vigorous investigation of truth and responsibility at The Neo-Futurists in Chicago.
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The last date listed for Empty Threats was Saturday, Jun 16, 2018 / 7:30pm.
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