The reviews are in! Audiences and critics are "entranced" by THE RAVAGERS:
If you’re at Can Can Wonderland this month, you might find yourself waiting in a bathroom line with several people wearing simple, slightly worn white clothes. You might wonder if it’s a cult, or a protest. As it happens, The Ravagers is a little of both. [...] The Ravagers is a play you won’t soon forget. // Jay Gabler, City Pages
Here's what audience members had to say, but you can join us this weekend (Thursday through Monday!) to see this intimate and epic story for yourself:
[...] a tragic, hopeful, piercing, beautiful piece of theatre.
Funny, real, heart-wrenching.
Engaging and bittersweet.
It will rattle you - a sharp and visceral update that brings new light to its characters' humanity. Please put it on your calendar. There is way too much talent in this space.
Took myself on a date to see Savage Umbrella's The Ravagers last night and it was absolutely stunning. Can Can Wonderland’s space is gorgeous and the soundscape created by Nissa was to die for.
In case that's not enough for you, here's a sneak peek of this "stunning" story (epic photography by Anna Schultz!):
Performed at The X Lab at Can Can Wonderland
February 9 – March 3, 2018*
$15 - $25, pick you own price \\ www.savageumbrella.org
Pay-What-You-Can tickets are available at the door for every performance, only as space allows.
Seating is very limited, so reserve your ticket today!
*ASL/Deaf Interpreted Performances February 23 & March 1, 2018, with invited conversations to follow. More information about interpreted activities here.
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