THEATREWORKS Revives EVERYMAN on a Bus, Now thru 3/17
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by BWW News Desk
We all know death can strike any place any time, often coming as a most unwelcome surprise. In the greatest play of the Middle Ages, Death comes to Everyman when he's least expecting it, and tells him to get ready for the trip of his life. 600 years later Death is still coming to every man, and in the THEATREWORKS revival of the play, Everyman will get his bad news on a city bus leaving from downtown Colorado Springs. He won't be travelling alone: 35 audience members will be joining him for the ride of his lifetime. Everyman on a Bus plays Wednesdays through Sundays, February 21-March 17, with two performances each night.
The Mining Exchange is generously offering happy hour pricing on all drinks and snacks in the lobby for Everyman ticket holders all night long. Everyman ticket holders will also receive 10% at Springs Orleans - so make reservations now for dinner before the show.
The show runs now through March 17, Wednesdays - Saturdays at 6 pm and 8 pm and Sundays at 5pm and 7pm. Ticket reservations are strongly advised. Prices: Reserved: $45; Children under 16: $15 (Children under 5 years old will not be admitted).
Parking is available at The Mining Exchange: A Wyndham Grand Hotel. Valet parking for $6; street parking (please remember to pay the meter); City of Colorado Springs parking garages.
PROLOGUE LECTURE Ann Dobyns
Sunday, February 24 at 2:30 pm | Dusty Loo Bon Vivant Theater | FREE
The University of Denver professor of medieval literature will decode and de- mystify the text of Everyman. She's a renowned expert in the field, plus she speaks Old English.
For reservations or information, visit theatreworkscs.org or call the box office at (719) 255-3232.