This is the second play in Stoppard's trilogy.
“In a tremendous coup for the biggest little theatre company in town, Shotgun Players has secured the rights to Tom Stoppard’s impressive trilogy. This season Shotgun is producing Part Two: Shipwreck, along with a few special performances of Part One: Voyage, in repertory. In Voyage, we met our young heroes in the first blushes of revolutionary thought and love. Now with Shipwreck we find them in their 30s. The optimism of their early years has hit the rocks of marital infidelity, social anarchy, and a Tsar that has no intention of stepping down. The stakes go up dramatically in this next great duel between the heart and mind.
Please note that this production [“Shipwreck”] includes two scenes with nudity.
Get tickets to Voyage and Shipwreck, and see the first two installments of Tom Stoppard's The Coast of Utopia trilogy - as they were meant to be seen.“
If you’re curious as to who the Shotgun Players are, and how good they are, and why this little theatre is so popular, you can look at the information I posted for previous Meetup events at this venue.
FYI -- Shotgun has changed its ticket sales process. You will now know whether or not the show is sold out before you arrive at the theatre. Also, you can now pick your seat when you order your tickets online. This is generally a good thing. However, in the past, the open seating method worked well for our group because we could enter the theater together and find contiguous seats as a group. No more.
The Shotgun Players shows tend to be very popular and sell out quickly – especially the low-priced tickets. So, if you’re at all interested in seeing either or both of these plays at the very affordable price of $10 ($8 + $2 online processing fee), it would be a good idea to get your tickets now. Really. People have ignored this advice in the past, only to show up and find out the show was sold out and they had to add their names to a waiting list for any tickets that freed up.
In order to see the first two plays of Stoppard’s trilogy in sequence AND take advantage of the economical tickets, the show dates will have to be Wednesday, 3/27 and Thursday, 3/28.
If there’s enough of a response for the theater outing, and people indicate an interest, I will research a place to gather before the performance for perhaps a drink or light supper.
I will post these as separate Meet-ups, although this text will be the same.
Voyage [Part 1 of the trilogy. Limited performances. Wed., 3/27 @ 7 pm]
Shipwreck [Part 2 of the trilogy. Thurs., 3/28 @ 7 pm]