Sam Shepard's Geography of a Horse Dreamer will be coming to Angel Island this September! It is directed by Carlo Lorenzo Garcia (Red Light Winter, Our Bad Magnet) and features Simon Ahmed, Bill Daniel, Rudy Galvan, Christopher Meister, Gavin Robinson, Matt Rockwood, Kevin Stark, & Mark Vallarta.
Geography of a Horse Dreamer is a twisted and menacing tale of abduction & exploitation. It weaves the story of Cody, a cowboy with the ability to predict horse race winners in his dreams, who is kidnapped by gangsters and exploited for their monetary gain. When his gift begins to fade, his very life hangs in the balance.
Tickets are onsale now or Ticketweb, or pick up a new flex pass and enjoy all 4 productions in the 27th seaon.
Due to overwhelming demand Mary-Arrchie is extending their offer on the SEASON FLEX PASS for their 27th Season, this is an opportunity to get savings on the exciting 2012-2013 Season. Get a 4 Ticket Pass for $60 or get a 8 Ticket Pass for $120. Save up to $50 off the price at the door!
You can use your tickets in any combination you like and on any date you choose with advance reservations (call 773-871-0442). Use them all on one production or split the tickets for any of the productions during the 2012-2013 Season. The new FLEX PASSES will only be on-sale through August 27, 2012.
More of Mary-Arrchie’s 27th Season:
The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams
with an original score by Daniel Knox
Directed by Richard Cotovsky & Hans Fleischmann
Featuring Maggie Cain, Joanne Dubach, Walter Briggs, & Hans Fleischmann
December 9th 2012 thru January 20th, 2013
A homeless man living on the streets of St. Louis, post-WWII, navigates through the gritty back alleys of his imagination to the events that led to his ultimate demise. LA-based Jeff Award winning ensemble member Hans Fleischmann returns to Mary-Arrchie for this re-imagining of Tennessee Williams’ classic memory play. Chicago musician Daniel Knox composes an original score. Daniel has performed with David Lynch, Jarvis Cocker, and at Robert Wilson’s Watermill Center with Rufus Wainwright.
Uncle Bob by Austin Pendleton
Directed by Cody Estle
Featuring Richard Cotovsky & Rudy Galvan
February 14th through March 24th 2013
Uncle Bob lives in New York as an uproariously articulate hermit, separated from the wife to whom he is devoted and who is devoted to him. He is visited by his nephew, Josh, who is without a job, without a completed college education, and without any sense of a future, all of which he faces with a wit and nervy desperation that finds its only match in his Uncle Bob. A loving and funny, abrasive and profane battle ensues.
The Brig by Kenneth H. Brown
Directed by Jennifer Markowitz
Featuring an Ensemble cast
April 18th through May 26th 2013
The Brig was first staged in 1963 by The Living Theatre in New York. The Brig is a fundamentally important experimental piece based on Brown’s experience of 30 hellacious days in a military prison for Marines. This poignant staging will be unlike anything you’ve ever seen, it’s a brutal, physically engaging and relentless piece of theater that will resonate long after you leave the theatre.
Abbie Hoffman Died for Our Sins Theatre Festival XXV
August 16th through August 18th 2013
The legendary festival celebrates its Silver Anniversary, 25 years of Groucho Marxism at its finest.
All performances will take place at Angel Island, located at 735 W. Sheridan Rd.
For more information and for tickets, please visit: www.maryarrchie.com.