Drinking in America” Last Weekend!
HFCC's Humanities and Social Science Division and Theatre Arts Department will present award-winning playwright Eric Bogosian’s “Drinking in America” Aug. 29-31. This production will take place at the MacKenzie Fine Arts Auditorium.
Performances are Thursday, Friday and Saturdays at 8 p.m.The play will take place on the following dates:
• Thursday, Aug. 29;
• Friday, Aug. 30; and
• Saturday, Aug. 31
“Drinking in America” is the double-entendre title of Bogosian’s first solo performance, which received worldwide attention. Witty, raunchy and often startling, “Drinking in America” won an Obie in 1986 for best new play and a Drama Desk Award the same year for outstanding solo performance.
Bogosian – best known for portraying Capt. Ross on “Law & Order: Criminal Intent” – questions stereotypes by embodying them, forcing people to question their own carefully contrived boundaries when confronted with the fierce portrayals of people on the edges of society whose inner tirades strangely match our own.
WARNING: “Drinking in America” contains mature themes, such as drug references and sexual references, as well as profanity. Nobody under 18 will be admitted to any performance unless accompanied by an adult. If in doubt, read the play before attending a performance.
Tickets are $15 for general admission and $12 for HFCC students, faculty/staff.
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