Show is fourth Mainstage production of the 2013-2014 season
2340 Lee Road
January 24 through February 23, 2014
Two over-thirty social misfits have nothing better to do than spend their time behind a coffee shop in a small town in Vermont. Meet KJ and Jasper who spend their aimless days discussing women and Bukowski between singing an original song or two. Evan (a high school loner who works at the coffee shop) is ordered to get rid of them but instead, KJ and Jasper decide to teach him all the life lessons that they have learned. Termed a modern “Waiting For Godot”, this Obie Award winner for Best New American Play examines a lost generation’s take on art, friendship, loss and finding one’s way in a shifting society.
Directed by Nathan Motta (Dobama Theater Artistic Director) and stars Joseph Dunn, Matt O’Shea and Alexander V. Thompson*.
*Members of Actors Equity Association
Tickets are $26 regular, $24 senior for Fridays and Saturdays, $21 regular, $19 senior for Thursdays and Sundays. Preview tickets for December 5 are $10. Student tickets are $10 (full-time, under 25 with a valid ID). Tickets are available by calling the Dobama box office at (216) 932-3396, or by visiting www.dobama.org.
RUSH tickets, available to patrons 21 & younger, are $5. A limited quantity will be sold nightly no earlier than five minutes before curtain time and will be based on seat availability.
On Sunday, January 26, Dobama offers tickets on a “pay-as-you-can“ basis. In an effort to remove economic barriers and to make Dobama’s productions accessible to everyone, the first Sunday of every production is “pay-as-you-can“, asking patrons simply to pay what they can afford.
Show dates and times:
Thursday, January 23
7:30 p.m. - Preview, All tickets $10
Friday, January 24
Saturday, January 25
Sunday, January 26
7:30 p.m. - Pay-as-You-Can Performance
Thursday, January 30
Friday, January 31
Saturday, February 1
Sunday, February 2
Thursday, February 6
Friday, February 7
Saturday, February 8
Sunday, February 9
Thursday, February 13
Friday, February 14
Saturday, February 15
Sunday, February 16
Thursday, February 20
Friday, February 21
Saturday, February 22
Sunday, February 23
Dobama Theatre is generously supported by many individual donors, and the following foundations and government agencies: The Cleveland Foundation, Cuyahoga Arts and Culture, The Cyrus Eaton Foundation, The George Gund Foundation, The Milton and Tamar Maltz Family Foundation, The Harry K. and Emma R. Fox Charitable Foundation, The David & Inez Myers Foundation, The Ohio Arts Council, and Roe Green Foundation. Dobama Theatre is generously funded by Cuyahoga County residents through Cuyahoga Arts and Culture. The Ohio Arts Council helped fund this organization with state tax dollars to encourage economic growth, educational excellence and cultural enrichment for all Ohioans.
Dobama Theatre’s mission is to premiere the best contemporary plays by established and emerging playwrights in professional productions of the highest quality. Through educational and outreach programming, Dobama Theatre nurtures the development of theatre artists and builds new audiences for the arts while provoking an examination of our contemporary world.