|Four One Legged Men
| Open: 10/05/05 Close: 10/23/05
A bold, audacious, and humorous depiction of four distinct amputees from different backgrounds, seasons and eras. This unique theatrical experience consists of four vignettes: " A day in the life of Jamie Prince" - a writer who visits his dying foster grandparent who is in a nursing home in the Winter of 2005; " Rainbow" - a father in a visitation rights battle in the Spring of 1959; "I'll Betcha That!" - a gay male on his way to a Fourth of July party in the Summer of 1979, but falls and breaks his artificial leg; "Waiting for Oz" - a delusional Vietnam veteran on a psyche ward after returning from the battlefield in the Fall of 1969. The final vignette is performed without an artificial leg. A critic once wrote: "A one-legged man dancing to Proud Mary by Ike and Tina Turner? It's to Corbin's credit that he can make a seemingly audacious act seem anything else but!"