Gemini CollisionWorks presents a new avant-garde political play that skewers current events, history, and art. More…
This is a political play. A critique of political plays. And politics. And plays. And Art. The same old story: a Boy of the People becomes a Man of Fascism. Again. This is what makes a Significant Work. 15 actors, fighting a brave fight against the status quo. As always, doomed, but it must be done. You must slay a few waxwings to make a 'Hamlet.' From the offbeat mind of indie theater vet Ian W. Hill.
"I loved 'Cant.' I wish I could see it a few more times...The normal offering from Gemini CollisionWorks is mind-blowingly impressive. This work dissects our country, gives us time to laugh about it, gently answers some of the questions already posed, and then questions the nature of reality, theater, etc...The cast of eighteen, who collaborated in the development of the play, work extremely well together in the intimate space of The Brick. There is always something to look at and process." Full Review
See it if you like multimedia, intellegently done. Topical situations, but drawing from a wider perspective.
Don't see it if If you like bigger theaters with space between the actors. Or characters being specific.
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