Dwarfman, Master of a million Shapes

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By Mark Furman

Event Details

Start Date: November 5, 2009 - End Date: November 21, 2009

Time: 8:00pm

Location: In the Blue Door Theatre at L.C.C.'s main Campus performance hall building 6

Child Price: $8 for student staff and senior

Adult Price: $10 for general

Organization: Student Productions Association

Event Description

Title of Play:
Dwarfman, Master of a Million Shapes

Who is putting it on?
Student Productions Association of Lane Community College

Performances
Location: In the Blue Door Theatre at L.C.C.'s main Campus performance hall building 6

Dates:Thursday through saturday Nov. 5-6-7, 12-13-14; and 19-20-21

Times: House opens at 7:30 and curtain at 8pm, there will be one matinée on Nov. 15th sunday at 2:00

Tickets: $10 for general admission; $8 for senior/student and staff. Please reserve tickets, call 541-463-5761.

The play/story:
Comic-book creator Stanley Dorfman is having a nervous breakdown to due to his constant pressure to meet deadlines, create a new villian, pay child support, and attend to his lawyer wife, who is pregnant. As he loses his grip on reality, his wild and hapless cartoon characters come alive to help and plague him. They include Stanley's alter ego, the superhero Dwarfman and his partner electra, mad scientist Dr. Azabov, and the formidable Roach King. In the midst of Stanley's desperate search for his own identity, he retreats to a remote cabin in Maine, where his dead father pays him a visit. (This can be summerized and Shortened if need be)

Other facts:
Dwarfman is an unpublished work, produced only twice before - at Chicago's Goodman Theatre, and in 1995 at Eugene's Lord Leebrick theatre.

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