May 19–June 4: Come With Me If You Want to Live
IT’S MAN VS MACHINE… VS DRUM MACHINE
A theatrical concert inspired by the finest cinematic achievement of the year 1984, written by Kimberly Ross and Brendan LaBotz. From 30 years in the past and 10 years in the future, comes the story of a soldier, a robot, a woman and her unborn child. You saw it on the screen, now see it on stage, set to music. With dancing. And rollerskates.
Thu/Fri/Sat, May 19–21
Thu/Fri/Sat, May 26–28
Thu/Fri/Sat, Jun 2–4
June 10–25: HAMLET
by William Shakespeare
iDiOM closes its 2015/16 Season—and its fourteen-year run at its original location on Cornwall Avenue—with a three-weekend production of William Shakespeare’s Hamlet.
Presented in conjunction with Stone Town Theatre Works and directed by Heather Dyer, this production features a (relatively) slimmed-down edit of Shakespeare’s original text, focusing on the intrigue and conflict within Prince Hamlet’s family and court, in a modern setting (no pumpkin breeches or ruffs here!).
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