One of the most unlikely success stories in modern theater, this is the US premiere of filmmaker Adam Bertocci's keenly observed parody of Shakespearian archetypes, theatrical convention, modern pop culture, and especially the most beloved work of the Brothers Coen, 'The Two Gentlemen of Lebowski.' Being the misadventures of the beloved rogue known only as "The Knave," his explosively assertive cohort, Sir Walter of Poland, and the lady Maude Lebowski, artiste and schemer, whose father Geoffrey "The Big" Lebowski's declining fortunes trigger a deluge of thievery, kidnapping, violence, mayhem, ninepin, and micturation, all of which lead the normally passive Knave into greater and greater danger, or at least greater and greater confusion. Plus, a pederast named Quince. If it all sounds familiar, it is, or at least it will be until DMT gets hold of it. This show is neither endorsed nor authorized by the Brothers Coen or the producers of 'The Big Lebowski' and is intended solely as a tribute and a work of parody.
Added by Upcoming Robot on March 20, 2010