Chimera Productions presents Dead Man’s Cell Phone- $12 ACP Member, Student, Senior; $15 General Admission
Dead Man’s Cell Phone by Sarah Ruhl is a fast and witty dive into isolationism, mortality, and the vice grip that modern technology has on all of us. Jean makes a fateful decision at a café and begins a whirlwind turn that pits her against societal norms and one man’s offbeat family. As she continues deeper into his crazy world, she finds herself feeling more alive than ever before, but at what cost?
About Chimera Productions:
Chimera Productions was founded by a group of artists who produce plays solely for their artistic merit. Why Chimera Productions? A Chimera is an imaginary monster comprised of incongruous parts; an illusion or fabrication of the mind; something that is fantastically visionary, improbable or the product of an unchecked imagination.
The company’s goal is to only produce work that is interesting, enlightening, and not often seen; to explore the power of theater, and the bond between artist and live audience. Dead Man’s Cell Phone is our 12th consecutive production at the Arts Council of Princeton.
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