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Ohio City Theatre Project presents ‘Free Radical and The Late Night Sketchbook”

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We are right in the midst of spring. The weather still cannot make up its mind from day to day so outdoor events are still a little “iffy”. But do not despair, for this is also when the spring theater season kicks into high gear. The Ohio Theatre Project is adding to the local exciting theater scene with its production of “Free Radical and The Late Night Sketchbook” by Pandora Robertson who is also directing the work. “Free Radical” is the result of two years of effort which began at Cleveland Public Theatre then later at a creative residency that was supported by the Launch Program at PlayhouseSquare.”

Performances will be held on May 8, 9, 15, 16 and 17 at 8:00 p.m. with a special benefit performance on May 10, 2014 at 8:00 p.m. The show features the brilliant ensemble work of actors Courtney Auman, Sarah Greywitt, Amy Compton, Joseph Dunn, Kevin Marr, and Stuart Hoffman.

According to Pandora Robertson, “Free Radical and The Late Night Sketchbook ”
explores the concept of confession through carefully crafted movement and emotionally charged narratives of life altering events. What is the boundary between what we think is the truth and what we want the truth to be?”

What promises to be a visceral and profoundly affecting theatrical event will take place in the historically rich and poetic architecture of Ohio City's Saint John’s Parish Hall, 2600 Church Ave., Cleveland 44113. For information and tickets please click here or join the event on Facebook.

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