Written by Sam Shepard & Joseph Chaikin
In WHEN THE WORLD WAS GREEN by Sam Shepard and Joseph Chaikin, an old man is interrogated by a young interviewer about a murder he committed. His victim was not, it seems, the man he intended to kill as part of a generations-old blood feud, and the interviewer has her own hidden agenda. Spun from a web of meditations on everything from cooking to warfare (and nicely set off by Woody Regan's multicolored piano arrangements played by Larry Chertoff) the play glimmers with Shepardesque themes: the falseness of memory, the gulf between men and women and above all, the uncertainty of identity.
Mondays and Tuesdays @ 7:00PM
Theater: Big, Little Theatre
Address: 141 Ridge Street
New York, NY
Cost:$18.00, Students and Seniors Discount
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