At the CENTER – Equivocation
What happens when England’s dirtiest politician tries to hire Shakespeare as his spin doctor? Set your own ticket price to see total mayhem break out – including an on-stage hanging and beheading.
Widely acclaimed in its 2010 Broadway premier, Equivocation is a dazzling blend of comedy, tragedy, magic and farce. There’s never a dull moment as six actors create a cast of 29 characters in playwright Bill Cain’s explosive story of power, corruption and deceit.
Described by the Chicago Sun-Times as an “enormously smart, witty, multilayered, political-personal, centuries-crossing, theater-teasing, Shakespeare-embracing play,” the reviewer enthused that Equivocation “zooms along with all the hip humor of a writers’ meeting for Jon Stewart’s ‘The Daily Show.’”
Audiences are invited to pay whatever they wish for this Rhinebeck Theatre Society production, directed by Ellen Honig and produced by Ken Dreyfack.
Starring Molly Feibel, Harrison Forman, Michael Fronhoefer, Michael Juzwak, Jeremy Ratel and Lou Trapani.
“Provocative and riveting, Equivocation contains language and situations, including anti-religious sentiments, that could make some audience members uncomfortable.”
Please know that any monies paid or donated go directly to the Rhinebeck Theatre Society and not to The CENTER.
Box office: (845) 876-3080
661 Route 308 Rhinebeck, NY 12572