Taproot closing ‘Great Divorce’ on Saturday

by | Feb 24, 2010

Taproot Theatre’s current production of C.S. Lewis’ “The Great Divorce” ends Saturday.
 
(Photo by Erik Stuhaug, Taproot Theatre.)
The show is the first production since Taproot was seriously damaged in the Oct. 23 arson, which destroyed the neighboring Eleanor Roosevelt Building. Audiences have flocked to the theater, which added two performances to handle the sell-out crowds.
Tickets for “The Great Divorce” are available through Taproot’s box office at 206-781-9707; or in person at 204 N. 85th St.
Next up is “Brooklyn Boy” by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Donald Margulies.

This comedic and heartfelt play follows best selling novelist Eric Weiss in a story of growing up, coming home and making sense of it all. Brooklyn Boy—a regional premiere—opens on March 19 and runs through April 17, with previews on March 17 & 18.

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