ETHELRED THE UNREADY
She was born unready and still is.
Unpredictable, abased, and at times graceful.
Watch the area's most watchable performers hold Ethelred in time and space with music, song, and story.
Written and performed by Dana Marks.
December 1-December 10
Bill Floyd adapts four books by experimental novelist David Markson into an immersive installation unlike anything ever attempted in Durham. One hundred voices and scores of live performers and visual artists will unite to realize this epic experiment in interaction.
WILLIAM S. BURROUGHS'
Playwright/director Tony Perucci dives into the Interzone and stirs up the Mugwump jizm into a savory cocktail of fetish and ultraviolence. Expect to have your mind blown apart and reprogrammed with price of purchase.
The first one's always free, kid.
Featuring Germain Choffart, Shelby Hahn, Dana Marks, Jaybird O’Berski, Lazarus Simmons, Alice Rose Turner & Dale Wolf
To be placed on the waitlist, all members of your party must arrive at 7p the night of the show.
September 1-3 SOLD OUT
September 8-10 SOLD OUT
September 14-17 SOLD OUT
General Admission $17
Students (with ID) $9
Common Ground Theatre
4815B Hillsborough Road
Durham, NC 27705
LITTLE GREEN PIG PRESENTS
an adaptation of Shakespeare's Macbeth
by Jaybird O'Berski
Jaybird O'Berski's adaptation of Shakespeare's Macbeth set in a Wichita accounting office in 1963. The Coen Brothers meet Mad Men in this bloodthirsty battle royale to succeed in business the hard way.
Jeff Alguire, Rebecca Bossen, Marshall Botvinick, Jessica Flemming, Danny Grewen, Shelby Hahn, Jessica Hudson, Nancy Merlin, Erik Lars Myers, Dan Oliver, Julie Oliver, Liam O’Neill, Alice Rose Turner, Caitlin Wells & Dale Wolf
Designed by Chuck Catotti, Miyuki Su, Mara Thomas, Carmen Tiffin & Katharine Whalen
Original Score by Louis Landry
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LGP's 2016-17 season is supported by the Durham Arts Council's Annual Arts Fund and the N.C. Arts Council, a division of the Department of Cultural Resources. All events are accessible to people with disabilities.