Darwinii: The Comeuppance of Man

By Glen Berger
With story by Glen Berger and Brett Keyser

March 01, 2012 - March 17, 2012

7:00pm, Storefront Studio

Back by popular demand!¬†Argentine Cristobal has stolen the original Charles Darwin manuscripts from rare book libraries around the world. Why? Because he’s convinced he’s the great-great-great-great-bastard-grandson of the father of Natural Selection. As part of his sentence he must deliver a public apology, during which he digresses into a fresh and outrageous take on the evolution of man and the inherent human need to understand his place in society.¬†

Tickets: $10-$25

Tickets


The Creative Production Team Includes:

Lindsay Carter – Stage Manager
Benjamin Gantose – Lighting Designer


Featuring Brett Keyser

Please note there is NO late seating for this performance

Reviews

“Darwinii is one of the most mesmerizing pieces of theater this town has seen in a decade.”
Tony Brown, Plain Dealer

“…this one-man tour de force spins you through a funny and thought-provoking story…”
Christine Howey, Scene Magazine