BLUEBARN THEATRE presents:
Pulitzer Prize Finalist
By Jordan Harrison
March 19th – April 12th, 2020
Thursdays-Saturdays at 7:30pm*
Sundays at 2pm
Memories are not the key to the past, but the future.
About the play:
Marjorie’s daughter and son-in-law have purchased Walter Prime (a holographic projection of her husband as he looked in his 30s) to keep her company. In the near future, ‘Primes’ are available from the good people at Senior Serenity, the latest devices for helping people with their fading memories and loss of companionship. As the Prime is fed memories and conversation, the shape of their lives are revealed, more and more years are covered and recovered, and the nature of memories, the legacy of the past, and the promise of the future are all called into question.
About the production:
Marjorie Prime features performances by Ruth Rath, Julie Huff, Ablan Roblin, and Ben Beck. Directed by Susan Baer Collins. Assistant Direction by Bob Fishbach. Set Design by Brendan Greene-Walsh. Costume Design by Denise Ervin. Sound Design by Bill Kirby. Lighting Design by Steven Williams. Properties by Amy Reiner. Stage Management by Christopher Hernandez.
General Admission ($35) and Senior ($30) tickets are available at bluebarn.org. Educator, Military, and BLUCrew tickets are available through the box office (402) 345-1576.
*ASL interpreted performance Friday, March 27th at 7:30pm
Photo provided by BlueBarn Theatre