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


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


“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