Cleopatra is all about love, as in where do you find it? How do you keep it? what does it feel like? How do you know?
A pitch black comedy- Can a family that dance together, stay together?
"An evocative depiction of fraying family ties, it packs plenty of punch in it's sore bruised arms" - Timeout NY
"Forgiveness, funny one that, someone kicks you in the head and you're supposed to forgive them, cos that'll make ye feel better, make it all go away, make everything Hunky-Dory! But what happens them? Get out a Jail Free card, move on, no bother, SmileyFace… You're just Roadkill, What? But here, how d'ye forgive yourself… if ye can't… forget?"
The Dublin/ European premier of The Last Days of Cleopatra by Laoisa Sexton. Directed by Alan King comes to The New Theater this March for limited run.
Performances begin March 20- April 1
"A loud profane ultimately touching look at a down and out Irish family…as abrasive and self-deluded as they are, their pain and everyday struggles resonate filling the theater with emotions that come fast and thick…temporary relief comes in addictive behavior, promiscuity, alcohol and living in the past"- Theater Pizzazz