8 STOPS, by Deb Margolin
"Margolin is funny as hell"--The Washington Post
"A celebration of life"--MD Theatre Guide
"Undeniably funny"--The New York Times
Known to area audiences for the provocative play Imagining Madoff, OBIE Award-winner Deb Margolins thought-provoking new solo work 8 STOPS is a comedy concerning the grief of endless compassion. The New York Times calls it undeniably funny. Looking at life and death through the eyes of her son, Margolins comic investigation reaches many of the most profound registers as she contemplates the suburbs, the spiritual exurbs, illness, desire, and a subway ride with a motherless child who Margolin realizes she has to raise in the time it takes to travel eight stops. This rousing work will leave theater-goers with questions about the nature of compassion and the limits, and the limitlessness, of human endurance.
The Friday, July 29 7:30 pm performance of 8 STOPS will benefit Red Wiggler Community Farm, with half of all ticket sales for that night going to support this great local non-profit!
Randolph Road Theater (View)
4010 Randolph Road
Wheaton, MD 20902
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|