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ART—A Hilarious Tony Award-Winning Comedy

April 27, 2018 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Kayenta Arts Foundation and Man of Two Worlds Productions present the comedy ART!

Starring Garry Peter Morris*, Kent Harrison Hayes* & Philippe Hall

Three longtime friends. One white painting. A hilarious Tony-award winning comedy. Serge purchases an all-white painting, creating a rift with his friends. Marc, Serge’s best friend of 15 years, is stunned and infuriated by Serge’s moment of insanity, and angry at what he considers Serge’s pretension. Yvan, the good-natured beta male of the trio, endeavors to keep the peace between them, but he’s got more than enough to contend with in the form of his fraught upcoming wedding. The heated debate about the contentious canvas brings to the fore long-bubbling tensions between the trio, as they dig ruthlessly away at one other’s insecurities. “Art” is a clever, funny, sophisticated and ultimately moving portrait of friendship and its complexities, responsibilities and burdens.

Some mild language. Suitable for ages 13+.

“Art” was written by Yazmina Rampton and translated by Christopher Hampton. This production is underwritten in part by the generous contributions of Carol Stahl and Marilyn and Roger Lorberbaum.

*Member: Actors’ Equity Association & Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States, appearing under a Special Appearance Contract.

 

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April 27, 2018
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7:30 pm - 9:30 pm
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ART—A Hilarious Tony Award-Winning Comedy

Kayenta Arts Foundation and Man of Two Worlds Productions present the comedy ART!

Starring Garry Peter Morris*, Kent Harrison Hayes* & Philippe Hall

Three longtime friends. One white painting. A hilarious Tony-award winning comedy. Serge purchases an all-white painting, creating a rift with his friends. Marc, Serge’s best friend of 15 years, is stunned and infuriated by Serge’s moment of insanity, and angry at what he considers Serge’s pretension. Yvan, the good-natured beta male of the trio, endeavors to keep the peace between them, but he’s got more than enough to contend with in the form of his fraught upcoming wedding. The heated debate about the contentious canvas brings to the fore long-bubbling tensions between the trio, as they dig ruthlessly away at one other’s insecurities. “Art” is a clever, funny, sophisticated and ultimately moving portrait of friendship and its complexities, responsibilities and burdens.

Some mild language. Suitable for ages 13+.

“Art” was written by Yazmina Rampton and translated by Christopher Hampton. This production is underwritten in part by the generous contributions of Carol Stahl and Marilyn and Roger Lorberbaum.

*Member: Actors’ Equity Association & Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States, appearing under a Special Appearance Contract.

 

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