Set in the popcorn-strewn, empty aisles of a crumbling Massachusetts movie theater, this 2014 Pulitzer Prize® winner exposes the surprising tenderness and comedy in the everyday.
Spilled soda on the floor. Leftover food wrappers stashed in the seats. Three minimum wage employees perform the humdrum labor necessary to keep one of the last 35 millimeter projectors running. Through seemingly small conversations about movie actors, broom techniques and weekend plans, the characters divulge heartbreak, hopes and a compelling story all their own.
With her finely-tuned comic eye, Annie Baker (Circle Mirror Transformation, The Aliens) brings a rich humanity to three people who desperately strive to connect, help each other move on and accept their place in the world.
Funny, heartbreaking, sly, and unblinking. The Flick may be the best argument anyone has yet made for the continued necessity, and profound uniqueness, of theater. New York Magazine
The Flick will run approximately three hours and fifteen minutes, with one fifteen-minute intermission.
The Flick contains profanity and adult sexual situations.
Partial support for open captioning provided by Theatre Development Fund.
Pulitzer Prize-winning play being accorded a lovely, incisively realized regional premiere.
Epic in scope… totally captivating.
[Evan] Casey’s extraordinary turn…anchors this production, imbuing it with its penetrating soulfulness.
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Production Stage Manager
Sophia Lewin Adams