Moby Dick

Moby Dick

October 12 to October 30, 2016 | On the Alliance Stage
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Contains: Adult situations. Recommended for ages 10 and up.

Melville’s classic tale of man’s obsessive battle against nature comes to life in “a triumph of grand theatrical imagination, deep thought, superb acting, and eye-popping, ingeniously deployed physical daring” (Chicago Sun-Times). Bold trapeze and acrobatic work turn this seafaring American classic into a thrilling experiment in aerial storytelling. Set sail for an epic adventure with Captain Ahab and his crew in this harrowing quest for the great white whale. From Lookingglass Theatre Company (Lookingglass Alice), see the jaw-dropping production that delighted Chicago audiences, young and old.  

 

Originally produced by Lookingglass Theatre Company in association with Actors Gymnasium in Chicago. This is a co-production with Arena Stage and South Coast Repertory.

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Dinner & Show: Lure & Moby Dick

Wed, Oct 12 through Thu, Oct 27

Mimosas & Matinées: Moby Dick

Sat, Oct 22

Moby Dick: Dinner & Show gift card package

Wed, Oct 12 through Sun, Oct 30

Play After Work: Moby Dick

Tue, Oct 18

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The Alliance Teen Ensemble has the opportunity to see and review each production during the season. See their responses to "Ugly Lies the Bone."

Brooks Ashmanskas, playing Barry Glickman in "The Prom," is a veteran of the stage, having performed in over 20 productions on and off Broadway.

The Prom’s “Mrs. Greene” is portrayed by Atlanta’s own Courtenay Collins.

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