Prepare yourself for the most intense 20 minutes of theatre you’ve ever seen in Peterborough.
Director Paul Cruk, in conjunction with Theatre Trent, brings Samuel Beckett’s Not I to The Theatre on King (159 King St., Suite 120, Peterborough, 705-930-6194).
Kelsey Gordon Powell plays a mouth (that’s right — a mouth) that will help you scream away the anxieties of the madness of winter in a brilliant piece of avant-garde art.
There are two performances only: Tuesday, March 31st and Wednesday, April 1st at 8 p.m. Tickets are $10 at the door or pay what you can.
The March 31st performance features an introduction by Professor Yves Thomas, and the April 1st performance features an introduction by Professor Ian McLachlan.
A haunting performance piece, Not I is Paul Cruk’s farewell gift to Peterborough — one that will stick with you for a long while.