Out at Sea @ Studio Gang Architects Chopin Theatre Productions

 

Mon 11/16 @ Studio Gang Architects -  Chopin Theatre presents Slawomir  Mrozek’s “Out at Sea”, an extremely smart and brilliantly absurd comedy featuring 3 hungry men on a raft whom, through manipulation and absurd elections, must decide whom to eat.  

 

Chopin Theatre chose this play to open its 25th season. "Out at Sea" has previewed at Chopin and presented at NIU-Dekalb; Indiana Univ Northwest; Loyola University Chicago; Chicago High School for the Arts and in living rooms. Upcoming shows at School of the Art Institute, Studio Gang Architects, and other locations near you.  

 



   

The 2015 OUT AT SEA Tour is supported in part by Consulate General of the Republic of Poland in Chicago and Chopin Theatre


11/16/15 - 11/16/15

Private showing


Chopin Theatre presents Slawomir  Mrozek’s “Out at Sea”, an  extremely smart and brilliantly absurd comedy featuring 3 hungry men on a raft whom, through manipulation and absurd elections, must decide whom to eat.   

 

"Out at Sea" opens the 25th Season for Chopin Theatre and has also been presented at Northern Illinois University Dekalb; Indiana University Northwest; Loyola University Lake Shore; Chicago High School for the Arts and in living rooms. Upcoming shows at School of the Art Institute, Studio Gang Architects, and other locations near you.  

 

Slawomir Mrozek is perhaps the most important playwright of the 20th century and a great contributor to Theater of the Absurd.  Though his plays were written in Poland during the Cold War over half a century ago they still resonant and are very relevant to contemporary politicking and the manufacturing of consent.

Author
Slawomir Mrozek with translation by Nicholas Buell

Director
Tonika Todorova, Jeff Michalski

Performers
Caitlin Cavanaugh, Alzan Pelesic, Annie Pfohl, Bob Wilson and Carl Wisniewski

Production
Stage Manager - Tonika Todorova; Costume Design - Rachel Sypniewski. Design consultancy by Ivy Reid (Lights) and Joey Wade (Scenic)

Tags: Polish, Theater, New Europe, 2015