“We have it in our power to begin the world over again.“
Please join Selkie for the US premiere of Fragile and Dalgety, two provocative plays by award-winning Scottish playwright David Greig, at the Ice House Tonight series as SELKIE: THEATRE UNCUT over Memorial Day weekend, May 22-24!
Directed by George B. Miller, and starring Joseph Ferraro, Brandon Lay, and Melissa McKenna these raucously funny, startling, and powerful plays about the worlds we create – and destroy – are produced in conjunction with the UK’s exciting “Theatre Uncut” project (www.theatreuncut.com).
“What marks theatre out from other art forms, I think, is that it’s essentially a distilled form of empathy; we have a need to understand and probe the world around us, and create stories from what we see.” — Hannah Price, Co-Artistic Director, Theatre Uncut
In Fragile, Jack has a midnight epiphany – and a radical plan to save his mental health support center. This visceral, startling, and beautiful roller-coaster-ride of a play features two roles, one actor – and many voices.
In Dalgety, two coppers in the sleepy suburban sprawl of Dalgety Bay just want to get home to the London Olympics (on TV) and a nice bottle of wine – whilst on the exercise bike, of course. Until the Naked Rambler shows up in the office with – a deer? The call of the wild is about to get pretty primal in the Scottish ‘burbs!
SELKIE: THEATRE UNCUT debuts at the Charles Brown Ice House in Bethlehem on Friday, May 22 at 8pm, followed by a special Opening Night Reception.
Weekend performances are Saturday, May 23 at 8pm, and Sunday May 24 at 3pm, with Q&A’s with the artists afterwards.
Tickets: $15/$10, reservations: firstname.lastname@example.org or 484-212-1804.
For Mature Audiences.
Restaurants near the Ice House:
The Wooden Match
Corked Wine Bar & Steak House
Tapas on Main
or any of the restaurants listed here.
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