Magic Theatre, San Francisco?s premiere home for new plays, continues its 2005?06 Season with HOT HOUSE?06, featuring three world premieres by playwrights shaping the future of American Theatre.
HOT HOUSE?06 continues with Morbidity & Mortality by Courtney Baron that takes a husband, a wife and a doctor through a crash course in the workings of the human heart. The play finds a surprisingly comic sensibility in the young couple?s tragedy and obsession and is directed by Loretta Greco, the Artistic Director of NYC?s acclaimed Women?s Project.
A tour-de-force for 3 actors, Morbidity and Mortality is a hard-hitting, yet surprisingly humorous drama. Set in a sparse theatrical landscape, the text focuses on the relationship of these three compelling and flawed characters. This production is the culmination of extensive developmental work with the playwright and the director through readings at the Atlantic Theatre and as a part of the New Works Now series at the Public Theatre.
Performances continue Tuesdays?Sundays through April 9, 2005. Audiences have an opportunity to see all three shows in one weekend, with Theatre-Intensive Weekends scheduled the last three weekends of HOT HOUSE?06, March 24-26, March 31-April 2, April 7-9.
Friday, March 10, 8pm
Saturday, March 11, 8pm
Wednesday, March 15, 8pm
Thursday, March 16, 8pm
Friday, March 17, 8pm
Thursday, March 23, 8pm
Saturday, March 25, 8pm
Sunday, March 26, 2:30pm
Tuesday, March 28, 8pm
Friday, March 31, 8pm
Saturday, April 1, 2:30pm
Sunday, April 2, 2:30pm
Tuesday, April 4, 8pm
Wednesday, April 5, 8pm
Sunday, April 9, 2:30pm
Talkbacks with Magic artistic staff and artists are scheduled after performances March 10, March 17 and March 31.
All performances will be held at San Francisco's Magic Theatre (Fort Mason Center, Building D, Laguna at Marina Blvd.).
Single tickets ($20-$40) and Festival Passes, which include one admission to each show and free ticket exchanges ($72), are available by calling (415) 441-8822 or online at www.magictheatre.org.
For more information and tickets, call (415) 441-8822 or visit www.magictheatre.org.
Added by ericsf7 on March 8, 2006