“Small town life was never what it was.”
Featuring: Miranda McGee, Carter Bratton, Emily Fry, Matthew Krieg, Andy Simpson, Kyle Taylor
Imagine a town, not unlike your own. Except it’s smaller. Smaller than that. Imagine our stage. Yeah, about that size! It’s like your town in that there are people going about their everyday lives. Worrying about keeping their jobs and their health. Wondering if they will ever find the person they are looking for and asking the big questions. Questions like, “Is there more to life than this?” “What happens when we die?” “What is solipsism?” “Why does my mailman refuse to deliver the correct mail?” In the small town of Damascus, people have problems just like you. They worry about where to get coffee. They can’t decide who to elect. They try not to make eye contact with their Mayor when he sobs inconsolably outside of Town Hall. Yes, problems just like yours are explored and exposed in the professional premiere of Robert Macke’s The Road through Damascus.
Discover this off kilter, North Carolinian town as Clifton Performance Theatre kicks off its 2016-2017 season!
Join us for opening night when we have a special small-town potluck with signed posters by our hometown-hero artist, Kevin Necessary! Tickets still available – online via CincyTicket or call 513.813.SHOW (7469).
Performances @ 8pm: September 15, 16, 17, 22, 23, 24, 26 (Industry Night), 29, 30, & October 1
Performances @ 3pm: September 18 & 25