Monday, 12 September 2011

The Zoo Story

Dave (Theatre of the Dales) Robertson warmly invites everyone to a free performance of

Edward Albee

 Guillaume Blanchard
David Robertson

First staged in 1959, shortly before he wrote Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Albee's one-act tour de force is as wry and hypnotic as ever.

Two New Yorkers strike up a conversation in Central Park. One irritates, amuses and intrigues the other with his life story, till the listener is caught up in a climax at once shocking and deeply moving.

You can catch it next weekend at the following times and venues:

On Saturday, Sept 17th,
at 3pm in Dagmar Wood (opposite Dave's house) or in the nearby LS6 Cafe (often called the Clock), if it rains.

Also, at 8pm
in Cafe Lento on North Lane, Headingley (where there will be a licensed bar).

On Sunday, Sept 18th,
at 3pm in Dagmar Wood. (Again, in the Clock, if it rains.)

Also, at 9.30pm
in the garden of 1, Grosvenor Road (Dave's place) by the light of a bonfire. (Shelter will be rigged up, if rain threatens.)

1 comment:

  1. Saw this and was knocked over! More two handers please. Is there going to be something like this in the LitFest next March?