Personal Space Theatrics

Todays Date: 06/26/22
Last Update: 09/16/08 07:49:13 PM
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BecauseHeCan  | Open: 06/09/06 Close: 06/25/06
From the Pulitzer-nominated author of Wings, Nine and Oh Dad, Poor Dad... comes an erotic thriller for a wireless world. BecauseHeCan, directed by Nicholas Cotz, turns information into a deadly weapon, warning us against the toxic mix of technology and obsession in this riveting sexual-psycho-cyber-drama. "...the suspense of this sharply written drama is unrelenting."- The Village Voice.
Murder  | Open: 10/15/05 Close: 10/30/05
From Israel's most renowned playwright comes an unflinching, provocative, and universal examination of the cycle of violence and revenge. Produced in over twenty countries and a dozen languages, Murder transcends politics, race, and sound bites to cut to the heart of the human condition. "raw...and thought-provoking" – San Francisco Chronicle. "...a significant and novel experience" – Ma'ariv (Tel Aviv)
The US PREMIERE of Tim Firth's "The Safari Party"  | Open: 09/19/08 Close: 10/11/08
Iconic writer of stage and screen, Tim Firth, has entrusted the US PREMIERE of his critically-acclaimed play, The Safari Party, in the very capable hands of Nicholas Cotz and Personal Space Theatrics. Due to the exciting nature of this honor, Personal Space Theatrics has announced a special ticket price offering of $12 for persons 21-30 years of age and $10 ticket Tuesdays!! Tickets will go fast, so take advantage of this great offer while it's available!!

Set inside three households of Cheshire, England, this black farce for the 21st century is not to be missed. Lies, blood, racism, suicide, shotguns, sheep shears and table golf are all employed in this well-crafted high-intensity rollercoaster that masterfully softens the bold darkness with effective comedic undertones. PST invites the audience to not only see and hear the show, but smell, taste and touch as well. The cast includes Rebecca Street (Esther), Ed Schiff (Lol), Erika Sheffer (Bridget ), Patrick Shibles Jones (Adam), Janet Prince (Inga), Stuart Williams (Daniel).

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