NOVEMBER 9 - DECEMBER 7
by LUCY KIRKWOOD
directed by BRANDON WEINBRENNER
TONY AWARD NOMINEE: BEST PLAY
Two retired nuclear engineers in an isolated cottage on the lonely British coast as the world around them crumbles. Together they are going to live forever on yogurt and yoga, until an old friend arrives with a frightening request.
“THIS IS SCI-FI…WITH REAL PEOPLE, REAL DILEMMAS, REAL SCOPE. IT’S REALLY GOOD.”
“AN ASTONISHMENT! BRISTLING WITH CHILLS AND SUSPENSE.”
-The New York Times
“AN EXCELLENT PIECE OF WRITING”
– Chicago Tribune
“THOUGHT-PROVOKING AND HAUNTING.”
- NY Daily News
“PROFOUND, PROVOCATIVE & EMOTIONALLY HARROWING.”
- NY1 News
“CLEAVER AND HEARTBREAKING”
- New York Magazine
“ANYONE WHO SEES IT WILL FIND IT HARD TO STOP THINKING ABOUT THE UNIVERSAL AND TROUBLING ISSUES IT RAISES”
“UNSETTLING AND PROVOCATIVE”
- Chicago Tribune
CAST & ARTISTS
Playwright LUCY KIRKWOOD
Director BRANDON WEINBRENNER
Scenic Designer STEFAN AZIZI
Stage Manager ALLISON VIERA
REC ROOM SEASON TICKETS
2019/20 Packages now Available!
Reserve tickets to all 4 of our 2019/20 main-stage shows at a 10% discount. Anytime Season Tickets are available for all performances.
Reserve tickets to all 4 of our 2019/20 main-stage shows at a 35% discount. Weeknight Season Tickets are available for Wednesday and Thursday performances only.
1 hour 45 minute, no intermission
We do not offer advisories about subject matter, as sensitivities vary from person to person. If you have any questions about content, age-appropriateness or stage effects (such as strobe lights or theatrical fog) that might have a bearing on patron comfort, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.