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Monday, September 28, 2009

Final Week - Don't Miss The Flying Karamazov Brothers' Flings & Eros

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Flings & Eros
Must End October 4


It's Romeo and Juilet like you've never seen it before in the world premiere hit Flings & Eros by The Flying Karamazov Brothers. In Flings & Eros, the Brothers invite you to a pre-show rehearsal. But nothing goes quite as expected as they work their way through the scenes of Shakespeare's romantic tragedy, and their world is turned upside down as they delve into each other's love lives. Featuring original music, dancing, comedy and juggling, Flings & Eros is a new vaudevillian romp not to be missed.
Sponsored by: Enterprise Bank

Post Show Forum:
October 1, 7:30pm
Enjoy this unique opportunity to learn the inside scoop and chat with the actors after the performance.

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Flings & Eros Video Trailer

Flings Trailer

Other Video Footage:
The Making of Flings & Eros
Interview with Stephen Bent

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Romeo and Juliet
by Conor McPherson


A mysterious stranger visits four friends for a Christmas Eve poker game in The Seafarer, a Tony-nominated play by leading Irish playwright Conor McPherson.  Directed by Artistic Director Charles Towers, the cast features Merrimack Repertory Theatre veterans David Adkins, Allyn Burrows, Jim Frangione, Gordon Joseph Weiss, and Mark Zeisler.

The Seafarer
currently is one of the Top 10 most produced plays in America. Nominated for four Tony Awards, including Best Play, The Seafarer is a hilarious and chilling tale of the sea, Ireland and redemption. James "Sharky" Harkin has returned home to care for his aging brother Richard, who has recently gone blind, and to spend Christmas Eve with old friends Ivan and Nicky. Nicky is accompanied by the mysterious Mr. Lockhart, whose connection to Sharky's past is slowly revealed as the evening devolves into an all night, liquor-soaked game of poker where the stakes are damningly high. 

"A midnight-black comedy, one that wrenches laughter out of the despair of frustrated men."
- The Wall Street Journal


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David AdkinsTranced (2009)

Allyn Burrows - The Pursuit of Happiness (2008), Aunt Dan & Lemon (2006), The Homecoming (2005), As You Like It (1988), A Moon for the Misbegotten (1991), God's Country (1993)
Jim Frangione - The Pursuit of Happiness (2007)

Gordon Joseph Weiss - A Moon for the Misbegotten (2009)

Mark Zeisler - Tranced (2009), The Homecoming (2005)


Pay What You Will Night - October 15 at 7:30PM
Director's Dialogue - October 15 at 7:30PM
 Lowell Night - October 17 at 8PM
 Opening Night - October 18 at 7PM
 Cookie Matinee - October 21 at 2PM
 Post Show Forums - October 22, 29 and November 5 at 7:30PM

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The Seafarer is sponsored by Wannalancit Mills, an investment of Farley While Interests.
Merrimack Repertory Theatre's 2009-2010 season is sponsored by Lowell Cooperative Bank

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