Woyzeck is the original bad-luck kid. Poor guy can’t get a break to save his soul. Woyzeck is the subject of the sumptuous play, directed by Granada Artist-in-Residence Bob McGrath, currently on stage at UC Davis’ Main Theatre.
Congratulations to Bob McGrath and his fine cast and crew on this well-deserved review from the Davis Enterprise. Read the full review here.
Tickets may be purchased in advance through our box office at Wright Hall. Box office can be reached at (530) 752-7111, or by email at email@example.com. Tickets are also sold at the theatre door starting one hour before curtain time (pending availability).
This production of Woyzeck, by Georg Büchner, is adapted by Neil LaBute (a playwright famous for his black humor and violent tales in which often women run afoul of men with borderline personality disorders). Set in a nineteenth-century operating theatre, LaBute’s adaptation of Woyzeck holds faithfully to the original but has a number of adept adjustments to make it more comprehensible and engaging for a modern audience.