My Arm At Redux Festival

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From the UK, Tim Crouch's My Arm

"... exploring on stage the nature of art and performance itself." – The Guardian

Endlessly curious about the possibilities of stage and audience, Tim Crouch is not just a superlative actor. He is perhaps one of the most influential experimental playwrights working in the English language today. His Obie- and Fringe First Award-winning work of the last decade includes the polarizing Royal Court production, The Author, as well as An Oak Tree, which casts a new actor in its central role every night.

My Arm, his first play, is the story of a man who has lived for thirty years with one arm above his head, told with all the authenticity and detail of a first-person autobiography. Performing this important production for the first time in North America in almost ten years, Crouch leaves his arms casually by his sides.

Tickets: $25
Students + Youth (25 & under): $15

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By: World Stage