Two Brothers Battle in Sam Shepard's Black Comedy, True West
Filled with humor, whisky and the wanton destruction of property, Sam Shephard's True West is a gritty character study that explores an encounter between two estranged brothers. Austin is a successful Hollywood screenwriter while his brother Lee is a violent and menacing drifter and small-time thief. Their two separate lives come crashing together after a chance meeting at their mother's house. Lee forces himself onto one of Austin's writing projects and the two very different brothers gradually start to take on each other's roles. In what some consider Shepard's signature piece and his masterwork, the two brothers battle for survival and their own salvation, but they might destroy each other (and their mom's house) before they find it.
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The last date listed for True West was Thursday January 16, 2014 / 7:30pm.
This area of Mesa has just had the light rail extended into it, so get a pass and ride it around. We parked for free in the street but next time will prob park at beginning of light rail at 19th and Montebello and take the c. hour ride since we enjoy the rail and getting on and off for a drink or appetizer along the way as the spirit moves us.star this tip starred
Brought my own water bottle and no problem taking it in. There was a small concession booth available for drinks and snacks, and although it was pricey, it all for the cause, so go for it if you can. Places to sit outside if you pack a lunch, but you're right on Main St. Mesa so just walk down the street and see what appeals to you although on Sunday the choices are more limited. Try the beer flight at Desert Eagle Brewery before or after a show--very laid back bar and tables, tasty brews, free popcorn. We split an order of Thai rice which hit the spot although not exceptional.star this tip starred