Savory Taṇhā (sixteen short plays performed by a rotating ensemble)

Part of CPT's Encounters (Here and Now) Series
Written & Directed by David Hansen

July 09, 2020 - July 11, 2020

8:00pm (ET), Thu/Fri/Sat

50 min
The virtual “house” will be limited to 60 “seats”

Tickets: $1
Suggested Donation: $1 to $99
1 ticket per email address

Savory Taṇhā (sixteen short plays performed by a rotating ensemble) is a virtual memory play of longing and loss, happiness and hopefulness, and navigating the pathways of human desire. An ensemble of five performers will play different roles from the same text each evening. This will be a LIVE performance via Zoom and will not be available as a recorded video.

Performed by Anne McEvoy, Zyrece Montgomery, Zach Palumbo, Brian Pedaci, & Hillary Wheelock

EVENT DETAILS
You must use Zoom to see this work. You will receive an email on the day of the performance with the meeting login information. Only one login will be sent to each individual email address. If you need more than one viewing device in your household, or want to purchase tickets for someone else, you will need to make a separate purchase for each email address/login.

Have questions? Email boxoffice@cptonline.org

Please Note: Online sales for each performance will close at 6:00pm (ET).


About writer & Director David Hansen

David Hansen has participated in Cleveland’s theatre renaissance as founder and artistic director of Guerrilla Theater Company and Dobama’s Night Kitchen, and an actor and director at Cleveland Play House, Great Lakes Theater, Cleveland Public Theatre, Dobama Theatre, Beck Center for the Arts, and Karamu House. His produced plays include Sherlock Holmes Meets the Bully of Baker Street, The Way I Danced With You, and Rosalynde & The Falcon. Published works include Red Onion/White Garlic, Double Heart (The Courtship of Beatrice and Benedick), and adaptations of Agatha Christie’s The Mysterious Affair at Styles and The Secret Adversary. Solo performances include And Then You Die (How I Ran a Marathon in 26.2 Years) and his award-winning work on stillbirth, I Hate This (a play without the baby). David is Education Outreach Associate for Great Lakes Theater and a member of the Dramatists Guild of America. He lives in Cleveland Heights.