"Three Trees" asks audiences to ponder "What is art, inspiration and is art a vehicle for truth?"
The play explores the relationship between sculptor Alberto Giacometti who was a fixture of the French Existential art scene, Japanese philosopher Isaku Yanaihara, and Giacometti's wife, Annette.
Set in Paris in the 1950’s and 60’s, where radical revolutions of thought were finding expression through art and culture, the production focuses on a key figure in the Surrealist movement, Giacometti, who believed that all the sculptures of today, like those of the past, will one day end in broken pieces.
Cast includes Jean-Pierre Stewart, Marcus Ho, Scott Klavan, and Leah Cogan with Sets by Gian Marco Lo Forte, Costumes: Carol Pelletier, Lights: Marie Yokoyama, Props: Danielle Baskin.
Purchase Tickets Online Here: https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pr/920217/1362166200000
$45 | $35 (seniors) | $25 (students)
with 25 tickets at $25 available for each preview performance thru March 27, use code 3T25 online, on the phone, or at the box office.
March 23-April 14, 2013
Tue-Sat at 7:30
Sat-Sun at 2:30
Additional preview Wed. March 27 at 2:30
No performance Easter Sunday (March 31)
Weekday School Matinees Available: http://www.panasianrep.org/pdf_school_matinee/Three_Trees_School_Matinee...
SPECIAL OFFER: Use code 3TFACE for $35 tickets, excluding Opening Night and final weekend
Group Rates also available for 10 or more, and include a post-show talk-back with the artists! Call the Pan Asian office for details: 212-868-4030