Two unrelated plays by David Mamet.
|Preview||sep 09, 2009|
|Opening||sep 30, 2009|
|Closing||nov 01, 2009|
1 hour and 30 minutes.
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Keep Your Pantheon is a rousing farce that follows the fortunes and misfortunes of an acting troupe in ancient Rome. An impoverished acting company on the edge of eviction is offered a lucrative engagement. But through a series of riotous mishaps, the troupe finds its problems have actually multiplied, and that they are about to learn a new meaning for the term "dying on stage." Mamet's world premiere play School is a brief comic discourse on recycling, poster design and the transmission of information.
What Are Keep Your Pantheon and School Like?
Fans of David Mamet, don't come looking for his signature satires or expletive-laced examinations of current social issues. School and Keep Your Pantheon are both pieces of light comedic fare, easily digested and enjoyed by a wide variety of theatergoers. However ...
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