Timshel Theatre Performs "Cherry Docs"
On January 12, Montrose's Timshel Theatre will return to the Blue Sage to perform a powerful and evocative drama about the collision of good and evil. Danny, a liberal and Jewish legal aid attorney is assigned to represent Mike Downey, a neo-nazi skinhead, who has stomped an immigrant man to death with his cherry-red Doc Martin boots. Played out in one act, divided by six lawyer/client conferences leading up to Downey's trial, the lawyer realizes early on what he is up against when the contemptuous skinhead avows, "In an ideal world, I'd see you eliminated. But in this one, I need you more than anyone else." The play reveals how this intense and conflicted relationship takes each man through the "eye of the needle" and profoundly changes both of them forever.
The performance starts at 7:30pm at the Blue Sage Center for the Arts in Paonia, CO. Tickets are $8 in advance and $10 at the door and are available starting January 1 by calling (970) 527-7243, visiting www.bluesage.org, or stopping by 226 Grand Ave, in Paonia, CO.
"Cherry Docs by Canadian David Gow is a play that will stay because its issues demand immediate attention . . . " New York Theatre Wire
Blue Sage Center for the Arts (View)
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Paonia, CO 81428
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