Seeped in the climate of despondency and decadence following the First World War, missed opportunities are seized by a group of wastrels and aristocrats in the form of languorous, directionless celebration, meant to combat the pervasive melancholy of a dubious future and the horrors of battle.
Dear Brutus is set in a phantom time of splendid decay, diffident exuberance, and newfound introspection. It finds our group haunted by roads not taken and lives not lived. The play by J.M. Barrie is an adult companion piece to his Peter Pan and provides our characters the magical do-over they yearn for. Just like that, thanks to a magic wood, lives are altered; fate reversed. But alas, the grass isn’t always greener.
Venue: Studio 54 @ Shetler Studios
244 West 54th Street Map
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