BENT - FRIDAY, MAY 30 AT 11:00PM
"... People made pain and called it love. I don't want to be like that. You don't make love to hurt." - Bent
"Powerful and provocative." The New York Times
Bent, set in 1930's Nazi Germany, is a play by Martin Sherman revolving around two men caught up in the depravities of an all-controlling government gone mad. The play, though written at the end of the 70's, rings true today for anyone who feels different from the "norm du jour" and yet it re-affirms the ever-so-human notion that hope, friendship, comfort and even love can be found in the worst of circumstances...
"Brilliant...an explosive, overpowering experience." - Women's Wear Daily
Cast of Characters: Max- Kyle Woods, Horst- Christopher Ramage, Uncle Freddy- Michael Sullivan, Greta- Bob Edes Jr., Wolf- David Bartholomew
Director- Fred Nuccio
"... after "Bent" first stunned audiences with its raw honesty, it still has the power to shock ---- not so much for its content, but for the fact that homosexuals are still fighting for the simple right to live and love in peace." - U-T San Diego
DATE: May 30 at 11:00pm
TICKETS: $10 General Admit
- no refunds or exchanges.
Call the box office for VIP Reserved Table upgrade....
Mid City Theatre, 3540 Toulouse Street...between N. Cortez and Jeff Davis Pkwy, just behind the American Can Company....Entrance and parking lot are on the side of the building and parking is free...
Night of the show: Box office will open at 7pm, doors to theatre open at 7:30 pm.
When & Where
Mid City Theatre
We've been a live theatre in New Orleans for a few wonderful years...we've lost our lease and have closed. Watch for us in the future and, in the meantime, if you know of a speace with parking that might suit us, please contact FredNuccio@yahoo.com...I will miss you all so much. Thanks for the untiring support of live theatre - hope to see you soon, Su Gonczy!