A play by Jeffrey Hatcher
Occupied Paris, 1941: On the eve of his 60th birthday, the great artist Pablo Picasso is summoned to a vault beneath the city by Miss Fischer, a representative of the Ministry of Culture, who has been tasked with identifying “a Picasso”.
“A provocative theatrical speculation…explores issues of artistic inspiration and censorship…Hatcher's dialogue is full of humor, passion, and insight…their interaction has sexual undertones that add to the crackling dynamic of their relationship.”
Directed by Donnie Baillargeon (Fun Home, The Nance, Next To Normal)
Featuring Chris Cardoni (Communicating Doors, Cyrano de Bergerac, Sherlock Holmes) and Christina Petrillo (Black Coffee, Sherlock Holmes, Hamlet)
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