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“A poetic evocation of our mostly unspoken—and uncalled upon—dependence on one another.” The New York Times
It all begins with a story about a party.
What unfolds over the course of this performance is an unforgettable—and unpredictable—journey of discovery that reveals the ties that bind us and begs the question of what we owe to each other. The Fever, by award-winning theater group 600 Highwaymen, plays upon our natural instincts to connect with other humans: it’s up to each person to decide to participate. This process of decision-making and connection propel the story, and each person’s inevitable revelations, forward.
Called a “poetic evocation of our mostly unspoken—and uncalled-upon—dependence on one another,” The New York Times observes that The Fever “seeks to break down those unseen walls we all put up around us, to acknowledge that we are all here. Together. Now.”
We welcome children ages 8 and up to this performance.
Very limited availability. Tickets $20.