October 31, 2014

The Gestalt Theatre Project Presents "The Pillowman" at The Box in Riverside

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The Gestalt Theatre Project follows its acclaimed debut production of Lee Blessing’s Eleemosynary and  Neil LaBute’s The Shape of Things with Martin McDonagh's The Pillowman.  

October 31 - November 2, 2014

Fox Entertainment Plaza - The Box 3635 Market Street in Downtown Riverside


The first duty of a storyteller

is to tell a story. 

Once upon a time, a writer in an unnamed totalitarian dictatorship was brought by the police to an interrogation room.

They wanted to speak with him about his stories.

Be warned. What happened next will disturb you. 



Jeffrey Fargo - Katurian

Anthony Harris - Ariel

Joe Musil - Tupolski

Aaron Pyle - Michal

Also Featuring: Brandi Clarke, Jackson Clarke, Avery DiGiorgio, Kenson Gomez, and Brooklyn Vizcarra

About The Gestalt Theatre Project: A collaboration of visionary leaders from the arts and business community that is greater than the summation of its parts dedicated to creating a new kind of theatrical experience for both audiences and artists.

Please visit www.GestaltTheatreProject.com for tickets and more information.




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