Season ticket exchange: 4/2
Single tickets on sale: 4/9
Post-show discussion: 4/23
For more than 20 years, the people of Romania lived in fear under an oppressive dictatorship. In one dramatic month, it all changed. In Mad Forest, Caryl Churchill deftly illustrates how two families struggle to survive anarchy and confusion during the last gasps of Communism. Powerful and moving, Mad Forest asks about the individual costs of freedom and the influence of the political on the personal.
""Absurdly enjoyable! Theatre at its finest." - The New York Times
"Smart, absorbing...thought-provoking." - The Washington Post
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