Presented by Perisphere Theater
David Mamet’s incendiary 1992 exploration of power and perception concerns Carol, a struggling college student who visits her professor’s office to talk about her grade. John, the professor, is focused on his imminent tenure announcement and buying a new home, but their conversation turns personal over the course of the meeting. By the second act, the complaint Carol has filed and John’s response to it escalate into increasingly volatile attempts by the two characters to reconcile their points of view. This Rorschach test of a play challenges audiences to define what they’ve seen, even after the final moments.
Friday, May 20: Pay-What-You-Can at the door Preview
Friday, May 27 & Friday, June 3: Pre-show happy hour 7PM to 8PM
Saturday, May 28 & Saturday, June 4: Post-show “Drink and Discuss” small group discussion over cocktails
Late seating will take place 10 minutes after the start of the performance. Patrons arriving later than 10 minutes into the performance will not be admitted in to the theatre.
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