Carmel Community Players Presents
When Brooke Wyeth returns home to Palm Springs for Christmas in 2004, she is unable to relax into the prickly, yet loving, embrace of her wealthy California family. Brooke has been in continuous rebellion against her conservative parents -- father Lyman, a former Republican ambassador, and mother Polly, a brittle perfectionist-- for a long time, moving to the East Coast and adopting liberal political beliefs, but she still craves their approval. She is anxious about revealing her publishing plans for her new memoir, about the suicide of her beloved older brother, Henry, who was involved in the anti-war bombing of a draft board during the Vietnam War and brought disgrace to his unforgiving mother and father. Over the course of Christmas Eve, Brooke spars with her parents, reminisces with her charming younger brother Trip, and receives the dubious emotional support of her alcoholic aunt, Silda. When the news of Brooke’s memoir is revealed, Polly and Lyman are faced with a choice -- either reveal a shocking secret that they have kept for decades, or risk exposure when the world reads their story. Spanning the international disasters of war, the bitter feuds of American politics, and the intricate and equally bitter dynamics of one family’s love and grief, Jon Robin Baitz’s Other Desert Cities is a scintillating and sharply observed dark comedy, with themes of depression, addiction, family and memory.
Winner of the New York Drama Critics' Circle Award for Best American Play
David Mamet's AMERICAN BUFFALO is a volatile drama that starred Robert Duvall in the original Broadway production and has seen revivals with Al Pacino and most recently on Broadway with John Leguizamo in 2008. In a Chicago junk shop three small-time crooks (actors Larry Adams, Daniel Shock, and Earl Campbell) plot to rob a man of his coin collection.
These high-minded grifters fancy themselves "businessmen" pursuing legitimate free enterprise. But the reality - "Donny", the oafish junk shop owner; "Bobby", a young junkie Donny has taken under his wing and "Teach", a violently paranoid braggart- is that they are merely pawns caught up in their own game of last-chance, dead-end, empty pipe dreams.
CCP Welcomes back Indiana Universities "Another Round"
Friday, March 30th and Saturday, March 31st, 2018
Show Time 7:30 pm
Another Round is Indiana University's premier all-male acapella group. Founded in 1996, Another Round has entertained audiences for two decades by pairing their rich harmonies with their signature sense of humor.
This is a special event hosted by CCP
All tickets are $27 (includes service fee)
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