By: Larry Shue
September 30 - October 29, 2022
There is both relevance and humor in Larry Shue’s WENCESLAS SQUARE. A minimalist cautionary tale based on the political suppression of the late 1960s Czech theatre artists previously involved in “theatre as revolution,” this semi-autobiographical “memory” play is relevant, haunting, and very funny: “A good-natured man of the theatre taking us into his world abstractly through time and geography.” The telling finds an American professor and his drama student confronting oppression and ruthlessness. The play parallels Ukraine’s political unrest that has given way to Russian invasion.
Staff and Cast
Director: Greg Cesear
Danny Simpson, Max Elinsky, Joe Milan, Stuart Hoffman, Tricia Bestic, Mary Alice Beck, and Trey Gilpin
3pm Sundays (10/9 and 10/16 only)
Health and Safety Guidelines
There are no health and safety guidelines listed for this production.
This production has no content advisories.
Kennedy's Theatre at Playhouse Square
1501 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44115