A Devil at Noon
February 27 - April 3, 2011
Run Time: two hours and fifteen minutes with intermission
by Anne Washburn
directed by Steve Cosson Chet writes science fiction. His book is going well but his life has jumped the outline in this engrossing exploration of the addiction, power and danger of dwelling in the imagination.
Chet writes science fiction. His book is going well, but his magnets no longer adhere to the refrigerator, there’s that ant problem and the young woman who popped up on his doorstep won’t tell him her last name. Washburn’s tantalizingly trippy play explores the addiction, power and danger of dwelling in the imagination.
Recommended for high school and up
Contains strong language, fog and strobes.
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part of the 35th anniversary Humana Festival of New American Plays
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