André is 80 and a man of his own mind. He’s quick with a joke, especially one with an edge, and used to dominating conversations and relationships. But things are getting strange: His trusted watch goes missing, reappears, and is lost again. His daughter’s stories don’t quite add up. His furniture is disappearing and there are strangers at his table. The incomparable Ted van Griethuysen stars in Florian Zeller’s internationally acclaimed and theatrically thrilling exploration of who we are to ourselves when our signposts disappear.
A play that should not be missed
Director David Muse and his accomplished players push theater as a medium to its subjective, haunting limits
French novelist-turned-playwright Florian Zeller is the type to make anyone believe in innate artistic gifts. For all his literary talents, Zeller did not grow up attending theatre, or even reading much.Read More
Florian Zeller discovered playwriting “almost by accident.” After dropping out of university to focus on writing, he published his debut novel at twenty-two; three more books and a war chest of prestigious literary prizes followed in short order. This mix of accolades and intellectual celebrity turned Zeller into a glitzy media fixture and ubiquitous presence in Parisian society.Read More