THE HOTEL NEPENTHE
- Huntington Theatre Company presents the Actors’ Shakespeare Project’s production
- Written by John Kuntz, Directed David R. Gammons
- THURSDAY 6/21 at 7:30PM and 10:30PM, FRIDAY 6/22 at 8PM, SATURDAY 6/23 at 2PM and 8PM, SUNDAY 6/24 at 2PM
- Run time: 1 hour 45 min
- Huntington Theatre Company’s Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA
- TICKETS: $25
Winner of 2011 Elliot Norton Award for Best New Script.
A starlet and her paramour, a senator’s wife and a prostitute, a mother of an abducted child, a bus driver, a taxi dispatcher, a desperate lover — these lives and others intersect in and around the Hotel Nepenthe as mysteries multiply and deepen, and interactions between strangers reveal an unsettling interconnectedness among all. The award-winning ensemble of Marianna Bassham, Daniel Berger-Jones, John Kuntz, and Georgia Lyman reunites for six performances only.
- • A SCHIZOPHRENIC NOIR: JOHN KUNTZ'S THE HOTEL NEPENTHE, by CHARLES HAUGLAND
- • EXPERIMENTING WITH NEW AUDIENCES: DIRECTORS IN CONVERSATION - REBECCA BRADSHAW interviews DAVID R. GAMMONS, MARIA SILVAGGI, and MIKHAEL TARA GARVER
- • ENSEMBLE AMERICA: BRENDAN SHEA INTERVIEWS MEMBERS OF EMERGING AMERICA's ENSEMBLES