As four nights of dinner theater, the exhibition is a multi-screen, multi-sensory mash: a cinematic experience, a swirling vaudeville swamp.
When the mind is serene, like an ancient and placid pond, the splash of a frog entering the water can reveal the way of the universe. Jarring reverberations induce renegotiation and deeper understanding. Three characters form a confederacy of dunces to usher the viewer on a journey through such disruption. One is an amphibious man. He’s a slippery gentle hop—an all-knowing dependable friend, a dancer type. There’s also a phony—a man who’s something of a has-been wannabe, a sloppy rocker, a relic, a greasy jukebox trickster tune just before last call. Stained belly, stray hairs. The third costar is grampa, the bedridden wisp of a downtown heartbreak. A wallowing story, a whip-cracking smell of the old days, inviting you to come along.
Please reserve a seat for a given date by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seating is limited to twenty seats for each performance.