"Burn This" by Lanford Wilson @ Gremlin Theatre

I'm going to catch the Pay What You Can (PWYC) night on December 13th @ 8:00pm. Anyone else want to come along? ---------------------------------------------------- Opening This Friday, December 3, 2010!
Burn This by Lanford Wilson Directed by Ellen Fenster Featuring: Katie Guentzel, Wade Vaughn, Adam Whisner & Peter Christian Hansen Largely considered an American masterpiece, Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lanford Wilson's
Burn This centers around Anna, who is struggling with the shocking death of her talented dance collaborator Robbie. Her grieving is interrupted by the arrival of Pale, the dead man's explosive and passionate older brother. A powerful, electrifying work by the playwright whom many regard as our theatre's finest living writer, this searing drama examines the pains of loss, love and the sacrifices made in the name of one's art. "
Burn This is Lanford Wilson's masterpiece." --Los Angeles Herald-Examiner "Lanford Wilson's
Burn This is superb writing transformed into brilliant theatre " --Drama-Logue
Burn This opens Friday, December 3rd and runs through Sunday, December 19th, at the Gremlin Theatre: 2400 University Avenue in St. Paul. Friday, Saturday & Thursday performances are at 8:00pm and Sunday performances are at 4:00pm. Pay What You Can - Monday, December 13 - 8:00PM For full performance calendar, click on the link below.
http://www.gremlin-theatre.org Tickets:[masked] All Seats $20 - Under 30 Pay Half Your Age

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  • Maureen

    I'm so sorry I didn't make it either, due to traffic. My sister and I were really looking forward to it. Perhaps the next show...

    December 14, 2010

  • A former member
    A former member

    Really wanted to see this play, but transportation problems brought on by "old man winter" thwarted my plan.

    December 13, 2010

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