Loneliness, isolation and one’s own mortality are heavy themes that are front and center in the framed AGES OF THE MOON. It’s the latest play to hit Northside’s Liberty Exhibition Hall. The century old building turned theatre and performance hall will host the two man play in August.
Directed by film and television actor and playwright Kevin Crowley, the production is one of the last works of iconic American playwright Sam Shepard, AGES OF THE MOON, is a gruff and funny exploration about toxic masculinity and sanity.
Shepherd, actor and Pulitzer Prize winning playwright, penned the story of two friends reunited and bound by their mutual loneliness and desperation. Humor and heartache abound in this cast featuring local stage and screen actors Michael Shooner and Daniel Britt. The plays run starts Aug. 5 through Aug.27.
AGES OF THE MOON
Liberty Exhibition Hall
3938 Spring Grove Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45223
8/19 – We are heavy hearted to say that COVID has come to our production. We will be canceling Friday and Saturday’s performance. We hope to be back on stage this coming, Sunday and Monday at 7:30pm.
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AGES OF THE MOON
Clifton Players, Cincinnati Artists Theatre & Creative Asylum
Liberty Exhibition Hall [Northside]
Directed by Michael Burnham & Kevin Crowley
Cast: Michael Shooner & Daniel Britt
One of the last works of iconic American playwright Sam Shepard, Ages of the Moon, is a gruff and funny exploration about toxic masculinity and sanity.
- Fri-Sun, Aug. 5-7 at 7:30pm
- Mon, Aug. 8 at 7:30pm
- Fri-Sun, Aug. 12-14 at 7:30pm
- Mon, Aug. 15 at 7:30pm
Fri-Sat, Aug. 19-20 at 7:30pm
- Sun, Aug. 21 at 7:30pm
- Mon, Aug. 22 at 7:30pm
Sept. 21-Oct. 7
Clifton Performance Theatre
Directed by Kate Wilford
Cast: Daniel Britt, Carter Bratton & Michael G. Bath
What is art? A bus ride from Stubenville turns into a roller-coaster ride for an aging, alcoholic playwright and the young man meeting his muse for the first time. Funny, touching and very human.
- Thu-Sat, Sept. 21-23 at 8pm
- Mon, Sept. 25 at 8pm
- Thu-Sat, Sept. 28-30 at 8pm
- Sun, Oct. 1 at 3pm
- Thu-Sat, Oct. 4-7 at 8pm
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