HERMES: A Play
Join No Nude Men Productions and director Tore Ingersoll-Thorp for the world premiere of Bennett Fisher's new play about four derivative traders seeking to benefit from the Greek financial meltdown. Their acts of greed and deceit bring unforeseeable consequences and an unexpected visitor Hermes, god of commerce and thieves, the physical manifestation of fraud, who goads the group into bolder action through slippery logic, tantalizing visions of immense wealth, and the occasional punch in the balls.
Inspired in part by the Lehman Brothers' role in the current Greek economic collapse, HERMES paints an impishly comic and glorifying portrait of equivocation, exploitation, disinformation, misappropriation, deregulation, ruination, large corporations, financial machinations, and the age of globalization exploring man's godlike ability to profit off what is truly worthless.
Starring Juliana Egley, Geoffrey Nolan, Carl Lucania, Brian Markley, Lauren Spencer and Brian Trybom.
The play runs Thursday, Friday and Saturdays from March 3rd to the 26th, 8 PM curtain, at the Exit Stage Left (156 Eddy Street) in San Francisco.
OPENING NIGHT PARTY AFTER MARCH 5TH PERFORMANCE!!!
$12.00 March 3, 4
$15.00 March 10, 17
$18.00 March 5, 24
$20.00 March 11, 12, 18, 19
$25.00 March 25, 26
Reservations strongly encouraged. Tickets sold at the door are $20.00 ALL DATES.
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Exit Stage Left
156 Eddy Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|