Surviving Prejudice, Working Together in Timekeepers
Set in a concentration camp, a gay man and a Jewish man must work together to fix timepieces and, ultimately, overcome their prejudices to survive. Dan Clancy's drama is the longest-running play in Israel, and has been performed around the world. Clancy is a part-time resident of Ft. Lauderdale, and this South Florida premiere is his first full-length production in the region. Directed by Island City Stage associate artistic director Michael Leeds, Timekeepers features award-winning playwright and actor Michael McKeever and Mike Westrich, who was part of the Carbonell Award-nominated ensemble of The Twentieth Century Way.
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The last date listed for Timekeepers was Friday November 29, 2013 / 8:00pm.