|Sent on:||Friday, March 16, 2012 8:38 PM|
This play by Cormack McCarthy, author of "No Country For Old Men" & "The Road", deals with two characters named Black and White. Yep. Black and White. But wait, there's more.
One man is a convict recently released after serving his time for murder. He found religion in jail. Unique story there, right? The other man is an atheist who wants to throw himself under the train. Of course! What? Are atheists assumed to be depressive? After the murderer saves the atheist, a conversation ensues.
I have no idea what the conversation will be or whether it will be well thought out. It's very possible I'll be mildly pissed off if the author tries to make everything get 'resolved'. But I trust that Cormack McCarthy's writing will provoke thought, controversy and conversation among people already inclined to like that stuff.
So, I hope you'll join tomorrow night. I'm bringing brownies --no THC, just TLC.
Get your (cheap ass) $15 tickets by going to the uncastables website (google it please. I am too lazy to put in the link)and entering your sensitive personal financial information.
Hope to see you there. :)