TICKETS HERE FOR A HUMAN BEING DIED THAT NIGHT... MAY 12-28
PETITION TO PRESERVE THE NEA AND NEH
Two children, two worlds, one bicycle.
"...the best theater I've seen in quite some time..." -- Steve Callahan, KDHX
"...marvelously executed. I urge you to see this unique work..." -- Chris Gibson, Broadway World
"...a beautiful US premiere..." -- Richard Green, Talkin' Broadway
"a vivid, fantastical mind trip" -- Michelle Kenyon, Snoop's Theatre Thoughts
"...timely and relevant..." -- Andrea Braun, Playback STL
"...a powerful piece of theatre..." -- Joan Leyden, Intermission
Joanna Evans' award-winning play tells the story of Amelia and Andile who befriended each other over a garden when they were eight. Many years later, now grown up but estranged, they fall into a concussion at the exact same moment and meet once again in each other’s mind. A witty and poignant examination of childhood, memory and South Africa’s born-free generation.
Skipping from frolicky lightness to the dark borders of loneliness, this US premiere shows people reaching across walls that separate: race and class, innocence and guilt, playfulness and fear, yesterday and today.
With Magan Wiles and Eric J. Conners
Live music by David. A. N. Jackson
Directed by Philip Boehm
Set by Michael Heil
Costumes by Laura Hanson
Lighting by Tony Anselmo
Props by Michael Dorsey
Jan 27-29, Feb. 2-5 and 9-12
All shows 8 PM except Sundays
Jan 29 and Feb 5 at 7 PM, Feb 12 at 2 PM
Kranzberg Arts Center (501 N. Grand at Olive)
Tickets $30 general admission, $25 seniors 65 and over, $20 for full-time students with valid ID
Box Office Hotline: 314-669-6382