The Adobe Theater and director Martin Epstein invite TLC members to attend a cue-to-cue rehearsal (Q2Q) for A Crack in the Wall, which will be performed September 18 to October 11.
“This technical rehearsal is essential to see how the show gets off the ground when all the technical elements are added to it. It is a rehearsal of all the elements that need to happen for a flowing well-paced show.” [Martin Epstein]
A Crack in the Wall, by local author Peter Fisk, is a drama about two families, one Jewish and one Catholic, several weeks prior to the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising of April 1943 in German-occupied Poland. The play’s focal point is the unusual friendship between the son of one of the leaders of the impending Jewish revolt and the son of an anti-Semitic Catholic father, who is funneling guns to the Jews. The play represents the clash between blinding idealism and necessarily vigilant realism. But on the more human plane, the two characters clearly recognize the twirling horrors of their environment, while refusing to become victims of its terror. (Adobe Website)
DATE: Sunday, September 13
PLACE: Adobe Theater, 9813 Fourth St, NW (if you arrive early, please wait outside)
FREE and exclusive for TLC members (a perk of membership); no guests. Reservations must be made online.
Final confirmation will be sent 7-10 days prior to our event.
TLC thanks the Adobe Theater for this opportunity