By David Ives
Directed by Charles "Skip" Grover
Take a wild and hilarious ride through a variety of settings and situations having to deal with some of life's most metaphysical questions. David Ives' "Time Flies" is a crazy, weird and funny set of short plays which present a unique vision on the subject of life, death and the time inbetween. The urgency of two lovers is explored from as insect point of view, a man declares that he is a famous french painter, and two Polish woman provide a funeral luch with no food. Listed by New York Magazine as one of the "100 Smartest New Yorkers," David Ives is a master of combining parody, witty dialogue and theatricality to create gut-wrenching laughter.
Produced by UW-W Theatre/Dance Department at the Barnett Theatre at The Center of the Arts, 800 West Main Street, Whitewater WI, 53190
Performances: June 24-28, 2003, at 7:30 curtain
Ticket Prices general admission: $10, over 65: $9, under 18: $6.50 and UWW Student: $3.50
Call (262) 472-2222 for reservations or more information.