Eternal Cult Presents

Caveman Play 

September 7 - 8, 2017

Script by Savannah Reich, original music by Douglas Vento, costumes by Emily Cross, choreography by Kimberly Richardson, props and poster art by Dalia Shevin.
Starring Jon Cole, Savannah Reich, Matt Eaker and Douglas Vento.

Rocky and Dandelion are the first Cave-people to adopt agriculture. Douglas is the first domesticated animal. Together, they have prepared a presentation for you, the other Cave-people, to tell you all about the joys of agriculture. Agriculture is really great. You’re going to love it.

A new play in which we are given an opportunity to go back to the moment when humanity had a choice. One path led us towards global warming, institutionalized racism, and snapchat filters. The other path led mostly to being eaten by tigers. Is it time to admit that we chose wrong? A new play from Eternal Cult, the creators of “Toby Johnson Was My Best Friend in Junior High”.

Developed with support from The Playwrights Center (MN) and the Glitterbox Theater (PA).

Tickets
$15 General
$10 Student / Senior / Pay What You Can

Performance Schedule
September 7, 7:30pm
September 8, 10:30pm

Run time: 80 minutes, no intermission

Appropriate for all ages, although it is not a children's play. Adult content: Extensive discussion of global warming, capitalism, and the end of the world.

Accessibility
Contact Open Eye at peter.rusk@openeyetheatre.org or 612-874-6338 for accessibility information.