Written by Sarah Ruhl
Directed by Kevin Adamski
Thu-Sun, Dec. 6-9, 8pm, 2012
Wyatt Pavilion Theatre
Open to the Public/Suggested donations at the door
Dead Man’s Cell Phone is an imaginative comedy by playwright Sarah Ruhl, a MacArthur Fellowship recipient. It reveals the lives of ordinary people through their cellphone conversations and one woman’s need to connect in a technologically obsessed world. The production design draws from the art of Edward Hopper and Lillian Warren.
This production is rated PG-13 and plays Thursday–Sunday, December 6-9 in Wyatt Pavilion Theatre. It is open to all free of charge with suggested donations at the door.