Wittenberg Comes to The Playhouse SA from November 1-17
The Playhouse will be presenting Wittenberg, This witty, anachronistic whirlwind, beautifully penned by San Antonio's very own playwright David Davalos, tackles weighty subjects such as religion, philosophy, and literature. Wittenberg is a delightfully irreverent text which introduces audiences to just what (and whom!) made Hamlet the man he is today. Davalos reflects on the opportunity to bring his work back home, "It's such a joy to come back to San Antonio to work on this play, especially with one of my oldest and dearest friends, Andy Thornton. I dipped my toes into theatrical waters for the very first time here in town as a drama student at Eisenhower Middle School, and then as a member of the speech-and-debate team at Churchill High, so any success I've had in this field is due directly to the amazing teachers and colleagues here who gave me guidance as I started down this path. I have to thank The Playhouse for providing me with the wonderful opportunity to bring Wittenberg back home, where it all began for me."
WHEN: November 1 - 17, 2013 | Shows Friday and Saturday at 8:00 P.M. & Sunday at 3:00 P.M.& 8:00 P.M.
WHERE: The Playhouse SA | 800 West Ashby, San Antonio, TX 78212
TICKETS: Adults - $25, Seniors (60 plus), Emergency Services, and Military w/ ID - $20, Students w/ ID - $15, Children (12 and under) - $10.
Directed by: Bill Gundry
This talented cast includes:
John Faustus- David Davalos
Martin Luther- Andrew Thornton
Hamlet- Sam Mandelbaum
The Eternal Feminine- Christina Casella