by Don Nigro
|Snowflake Productions - Winnipeg, MB||V.3 - Pantages Studio|
|In New York, in the summer of 1964, Buster Keaton appeared in a short experimental film written by Samuel Beckett.|
In this play, set in an Italian restaurant in Greenwich Village that summer, two gentlemen named Sam and Buster attempt to communicate with each other with the unlikely help of a chattery young waitress with theatrical ambitions, who mistakes Buster for Moe from The Three Stooges and Sam for his agent.
A funny and moving play about the quiet, absurd heroism of two apparently very different but very great artists.
Warnings: Mild Language
|Thu July 19 6:45 PM|
Sat July 21 12:00 PM
Sun July 22 10:45 PM
Mon July 23 5:45 PM
Tue July 24 8:45 PM
Wed July 25 2:15 PM
Fri July 27 10:15 PM
Sat July 28 1:45 PM
Snowflake Productions—Pantages Studio