What would you do if someone suddenly showed up in your living room claiming to be your ancestor from the 18th century with whom you share a name?
Your forefather was a very successful composer in his day but is now almost completely forgotten. He wants your help in restoring his reputation — and in exchange he has a questionable proposition for you too.
Alan Elsner’s new play “Immortality” explores deep issues in a light-hearted way. How are we remembered and why? Who deserves immortality? What is the difference between talent and genius? Most of us are doomed to be largely forgotten within a few generations? Are we OK with that?
Join us for an evening of theater, philosophy, history and humor. Click here to see a preview.
RSVP to Samantha.