Out at Sea
Three men are stranded on a boat in the middle of the ocean. They decide they must sacrifice one of themselves for food. After considering a lottery and tyranny, Fat Man, Medium Man and Thin Man agree that a free election is the only fair way to decide their fate. This timely production re-imagines Slawomir Mrozek's 1960's dark comedy for a contemporary American audience. OUT AT SEA lampoons the absurdity and theatrics of American election politics - while also revealing its dark underbelly. Presented as part of the Drama League's annual showcase of directing fellows, Directorfest.
Out at Sea
By Slawomir Mrozek
Translated by Nicholas Bethell
TGB Theater (Drama League Directorfest)
December 12-15, 2015
Directed by Sarah Elizabeth Wansley
Scenic Design by Reid Thompson
Costume Design by Whitney Locher
Lighting Design Melissa Mizell
Sound Design by Florian Staab
Prop Design by Ellie Engstrom
Featuring Curran Conner, Warren Jackson, Mark Light-Orr and Cynthia Mace.
All photos by Richard Termine